Action for Boston Community Development Collaborating Partners: 1. Boston Public Schools 2. Gavin Foundation. MISSION.
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To reduce the high rates of relapse associated with teens in recovery by providing a safe, sober and supportive school environment where students and their recovery efforts are understood, valued and fostered as they work towards earning their high school diploma.
Phone - 617-348-6070
E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
Internet - www. massrecoveryhs.org
1. Academic Competency
2. Recovery Support
3. Family Support
4. Comprehensive Care Management
5. Youth Development
5. Youth DevelopmentThe process through which adolescents acquire the cognitive, social, and emotional skills and abilities required to navigate life.In addition to the traditional academic and counseling services provided to the students, Ostiguy High promotes the development of our students in the following ways:
random drug testing
involved in the program
While a student needs 30 days of sobriety to start classes, the intake process starts when an individual can express a motivation to obtain and maintain their sobriety.
In order for a individual to be successful at OHS they have to establish their readiness and motivation in three areas: 1. Education 2. Recovery 3. Mental Health.
Ostiguy High staff determine an individuals status in these areas through a three part intake process:
1. Open House – Any individual, family member or provider who is interested in learning more about the school and meeting staff and students.
2. Interviews – Meeting with School and Recovery Counselor to review student history and assess readiness/motivation to enroll at Ostiguy High. Upon completions of the interviews a student’s in the areas of education, recovery, and mental health are reviewed
3. Orientation – Review of all policies and procedures with parents/guardian on the first day of enrollment.
Enrollment – 39 students
Graduated from Ostiguy: 8
Advanced to next Grade Level/Returning to Ostiguy: 13
Still enrolled but did not advance a grade level: 4
Advanced to next Grade Level/Returning to home school: 6
No longer enrolled/pursuing GED: 3
No longer enrolled/terminated for violation of school policy: 5