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TU highlights upcoming 853 School legislation

Posted in General, In The News, Residential Transformation

The difficulties faced by residential care agencies to care for youth and families was highlighted in a cover story appearing in the December 27, 2015 edition of the Albany Times Union. Schools for vulnerable: Institutions to help are finding themselves vulnerable as well was written by TU Education Reporter Bethany Bump, and begins with 15-year-old Georgia describing the dysfunctional home life that led to her being placed at The Charlton School, a residential care facility located in Burnt Hills, NY…

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Alliance’s Tom Woll talks about Residential Transformation

Posted in General, Residential Transformation

As part of the Residential Transformation Cohort Project and strategic planning underway at the LaSalle, the agency joined with Vanderheyden Hall in Troy to bring Tom Woll to the Capital District. On February 25th, and again the next morning, Woll presented his FORTY TRENDS outline to LaSalle board members and staff. Updated frequently by Woll, himself, this particular presentation is in high demand, and is very helpful for leadership in non-profit service, and board management. Staff…

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LaSalle to participate in Alliance residential transformation cohort

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LaSalle School is one of 15 residential treatment centers for youth picked by the national Alliance for Children and Families to join a residential treatment cohort called Improving Outcomes for Children. The Alliance Residential Transformation Cohort aims to provide learning and consultative resources for these Alliance member agencies as they seek to position their organizations for sustainability as effective providers of child and family behavioral health services by transitioning from placement models of residential care…

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