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Project Patch

The Project Patch program may be different from those of other boarding schools or residential treatment facilities in the following ways:

  • General
    • All activities are focused on their specific therapeutic benefit.  This allows an individual client's schedule to be changed to benefit the client.
    • Friday and Sunday have a more relaxed schedule which allows for longer work projects, community service, or recreation.
  • Group Focus
    • Clients are separated by gender for the entirety of their stay to ensure their focus remains on learning and personal growth.
    • Clients are placed in a group of peers with a maximum group size of nine.  The group attends school together, completes work projects, and provides the foundation for peer accountability and group counseling.
    • Clients are accountable for the healthy functioning of their group.
  • School
    • School operates all year with four quarters (10 weeks) separated by three week breaks.  Home leaves are scheduled during breaks, as appropriate.
    • Clients attend school Monday through Friday with additional study halls on Friday or Sunday.
    • Clients are assigned individual goals and weekly work in English, math, physical education, science, and Bible classes.  Students who do not accomplish their goals lose free time for the following week to help them get caught up.
  • Saturday
    • Saturdays tend to be a favorite day of the week because consequences are lifted to honor the Sabbath day and to provide a day of grace.
    • Clients are allowed to sleep a little later and enjoy a later breakfast.
    • Clients only do essential work like meal prep and clean-up.
    • Church services focus on spiritual growth and are teen-oriented.
    • A special dinner is served after church.
    • Afternoon is spent relaxing, swimming, playing games or enjoying the outdoors.
    • Occasional community service projects which cannot be scheduled for Friday or Sunday.
  • Special Outings
    • Residence hall outings include camping, backpacking, or day trips during school breaks.
    • Clients in upper levels occasionally attend concerts, plays, or sporting events.
    • Outings for those in other levels include going out to eat, skiing, or day trips.

The Project Patch program may be different from those of other boarding schools or residential treatment facilities in the following ways:

  • General
    • All activities are focused on their specific therapeutic benefit.  This allows an individual client's schedule to be changed to benefit the client.
    • Friday and Sunday have a more relaxed schedule which allows for longer work projects, community service, or recreation.
  • Group Focus
    • Clients are separated by gender for the entirety of their stay to ensure their focus remains on learning and personal growth.
    • Clients are placed in a group of peers with a maximum group size of nine.  The group attends school together, completes work projects, and provides the foundation for peer accountability and group counseling.
    • Clients are accountable for the healthy functioning of their group.
  • School
    • School operates all year with four quarters (10 weeks) separated by three week breaks.  Home leaves are scheduled during breaks, as appropriate.
    • Clients attend school Monday through Friday with additional study halls on Friday or Sunday.
    • Clients are assigned individual goals and weekly work in English, math, physical education, science, and Bible classes.  Students who do not accomplish their goals lose free time for the following week to help them get caught up.
  • Saturday
    • Saturdays tend to be a favorite day of the week because consequences are lifted to honor the Sabbath day and to provide a day of grace.
    • Clients are allowed to sleep a little later and enjoy a later breakfast.
    • Clients only do essential work like meal prep and clean-up.
    • Church services focus on spiritual growth and are teen-oriented.
    • A special dinner is served after church.
    • Afternoon is spent relaxing, swimming, playing games or enjoying the outdoors.
    • Occasional community service projects which cannot be scheduled for Friday or Sunday.
  • Special Outings
    • Residence hall outings include camping, backpacking, or day trips during school breaks.
    • Clients in upper levels occasionally attend concerts, plays, or sporting events.
    • Outings for those in other levels include going out to eat, skiing, or day trips.

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  • 2058 N. Farwell Avenue
  • Boise
  • ID
  • 83713
  • United States

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Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days)

Idaho Treatments by Gender and Age

Adolescents

Idaho Family Services

Family Programs

Boise

Boise Holistic | Boise Residential Long-Term

Idaho Types of Payments

Free Treatment / Low-Budget

Idaho Types of Services

Inpatient Rehabilitation | Substance Abuse Treatment

Prevention and Other Services

Prevention / Education

Idaho Special Services

Holistic Services

Idaho Cities

Boise

Idaho Counties

Ada County

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