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More Background Information on Progress Ranch in Davis, California [ TLR Note: 1)Notice THE OAK HOUSE and THE GROVE HOUSE, a 9-bed and 6-bed homes . Presently, OAK HOUSE probably not part of Progress Ranch 2) IMPORTANT — In connection with controversy over extensive fundraising by Lea and Judge David Rosenberg — reference to “Placed by judicial system: Rarely” nevertheless gives rise to examine potential dreaded scenario known as KFC – Kids for Cash ]

Progress Ranch Inc.

Program type: Inpatient – Residential Child Care Facility
Description: THE OAK HOUSE and THE GROVE HOUSE, a 9-bed and 6-bed homes, are located in well-established neighborhoods in Davis. Both homes offer troubled 6 to 12 year-old youngsters: Safely, security and understanding Professional child care and treatment Tutoring and educational advocacy Individual, group, and family counseling Psychological and psychiatric services Mainstreamed school and recreational activities Mentoring and tutoring
Program Info:
(530) 753-2566
Fax: (530) 753-0284 Program:
Staff to client ratio: 1:3
Staff credentials: MA
Licensed within state: Yes
Accredited school on site: NoCost per day: $150 – $250
Financial assistance available: No

Spiritual component: No
Christian programming: No
Family counseling available: Yes
Able to conduct physical restraint: Yes

capable of using physical restraint
ability to dispense medication
uses a token economy to reinforce social skills
tutoring is available
recreation program
family therapy

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1287
Davis, CA 95617-1287Physical Location:
1930 East 8th St., Ste. 300
Davis, CA 95616-2504Contact Person:
Russell Kusama
(530) 753-2566
Mobile: (530) 400-2093

P.O. Box 1287
Davis, CA 95617-1287

About Clients:
Gender: Male
Typical age: 12 and under
Number of clients at facility: 11 – 20
Average length of stay: 6 to 12 Months
Placed by judicial system: RarelyWilling participation required: Yes
Minimum acceptable motivation: Unaware of a need for change

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