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15892 County Road 26 Tyler TX 75707 USA
Provide residential treatment, outpatient counseling and therapy, community at-risk youth outreach programs, foster care, and treatment of substance abuse for children.
Foster care consists of individual and group homes for troubled youth providing food, shelter, education training, counseling, and any other service to allow youth to return to society as a productive member. In 2014 1,118 children were served. Therapeutic care provided also includes boys ranch which served 113 boys.
the charter school is approved by the texas board of education and is operated for the benefit of troubled youths who are in residence at azleway boys ranch, azleway wilderness camp, pine mountain ranch, and big sandy ranch. In 2014, the school served a total of 201 youths.
operation of a substance abuse treatment program for children and adolescents offering outpatient and impatient services for medicaid eligible adolescents, clients able to self-pay, and adolescents eligible for tcada funding. In 2014, a total of 68 individuals were served by the program.
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This organization is the closest thing to "the mob" that I have ever witnessed. It exploits foster children and adjudicated youth. It fails to deliver educationally. Even CPS has become hesistant to place even the most challenged youth there due to the danger and the bad influence of the organization and its employees. Money is the motivator for Azleway. Its victims are the children. Its founder has amassed over 3000 acres under its tax exempt non-profit status. It takes in almost 13 million dollars per year, but other than the entire families it hires, one would be hard-pressed to find where the money goes.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
Horrible people, horrible values - who use the label "Christian" to gain donated dollars.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
buy another million acres.
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