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Pine Haven Boys Center 133 River Rd. Allenstown, NH 03275 (603) 485-7141
Population Served: Emotionally challenged boys, with histories of abuse and/or neglect, exhibiting sexually reactive, fire setting, delinquent, runaway and aggressive behaviors with special needs including but not limited to: EBD, LD, CI (borderline), OHI, S/L, DD and school phobia, Autism. Developmentally Disabled YES Learning Disabled YES Emotionally Disturbed YES Autistic YES Psychiatric YES Substance Abuser NO Abused/Neglected YES CHINS YES Delinquent YES Sexually Reactive YES
For Admission or Info: Telephone: 603-485-7141 Fax: 603-485-7142 E-mail:  info@pinehavenboyscenter.org Contact Person for Admissions:  Joyce Pollinger, LICSW 
School Profile: Gender:    Male Age range served:   6-15, (1-8 grade) Days open:   365 Program:   Day - Residential Current enrollment:  20 Code: EBD, LD, CI, OHI, S/L, DD, Autism.
Program and Services On-site approved special education program, individual, family and group counseling, psychiatric services, treatment modalities for latency aged boys, include play, expressive, art and narrative therapies, evaluation and treatment services for fire setters, including fire safety, group and education. Level of Supervision:  Least Restrictive NO Moderate Restrictive NO Restrictive Treatment YES Primary Services: Supervision YES Treatment YES Special Education YES Secure Treatment NO Medical NO Education YES Secondary Services: Vocational Training ON SITE Individual Therapy ON SITE Family Therapy ON SITE Group Therapy ON SITE Substance Abuse Treatment NO Medical Care CONTRACTED Independent Living NO Drug Testing NO
Admission procedure 1.     Telephone contact and referral information (603-485-7141) 2.     Interview with the student, family and sending/referring agency 3.  Emergency admissions
History and Philosophy "There is no such thing as a bad boy". "Children need and are entitled to their families". Pine Haven feels that as a boy has acquired destructive and unhealthy patterns of behavior, given the opportunity, he can learn more productive and adequate skills. Pine Haven also sees children as components of the family systems and believes those families can change and successfully reunite. Pine Haven strives to serve children in their relationship with their families.
Facility Type   ISO Foster Care Agency NO Independent Living Home NO General Group Home NO Intermediate Group Home NO Intensive Residential Tx. YES Experiential/Wilderness NO Shelter-Care Facility   NO Substance Abuse Program NO Inpatient Psychiatric Hosp. NO
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Catching the child doing right
Pine Haven Boys Center 133 River Rd. Allenstown, NH 03275 (603) 485-7141
Population Served: Emotionally challenged boys, with histories of abuse and/or neglect, exhibiting sexually reactive, fire setting, delinquent, runaway and aggressive behaviors with special needs including but not limited to: EBD, LD, CI (borderline), OHI, S/L, DD and school phobia, Autism. Developmentally Disabled YES Learning Disabled YES Emotionally Disturbed YES Autistic YES Psychiatric YES Substance Abuser NO Abused/Neglected YES CHINS YES Delinquent YES Sexually Reactive YES
For Admission or Info: Telephone: 603-485-7141 Fax: 603-485-7142 E-mail:  info@pinehavenboyscente r.org Contact Person for Admissions: Joyce Pollinger, LICSW 
School Profile: Gender:    Male Age range served:   6- 15, (1-8 grade) Days open:   365 Program:   Day - Residential Current enrollment:  20 Code: EBD, LD, CI, OHI, S/L, DD, Autism.
Program and Services On-site approved special education program, individual, family and group counseling, psychiatric services, treatment modalities for latency aged boys, include play, expressive, art and narrative therapies, evaluation and treatment services for fire setters, including fire safety, group and education. Level of Supervision:  Least Restrictive NO Moderate Restrictive NO Restrictive Treatment YES Primary Services: Supervision YES Treatment YES Special Education YES Secure Treatment NO Medical NO Education YES Secondary Services: Vocational Training ON SITE Individual Therapy ON SITE Family Therapy ON SITE Group Therapy ON SITE Substance Abuse Treatment NO Medical Care CONTRACTED Independent Living NO Drug Testing NO
Admission procedure 1.     Telephone contact and referral information (603-485-7141) 2.     Interview with the student, family and sending/referring agency 3.  Emergency admissions
Facility Type   ISO Foster Care Agency NO Independent Living Home NO General Group Home NO Intermediate Group Home NO Intensive Residential Tx. YES Experiential/Wilderness NO Shelter-Care Facility   NO Substance Abuse Program NO Inpatient Psychiatric Hosp. NO
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