Originally aired September 14, 2006.
Find the original Missoula Independent Review below the embedded video.
Who’s watching the kids?
One year ago, the Montana Board of Private Alternative Adolescent Residential or Outdoor Programs (PAARP) had their first meeting in Helena, whereupon members began considering the future of regulation of Montana’s lucrative teen-help industry. Created during the 2005 legislative session, the board set forth to “examine the benefit of licensing private adolescent residential or outdoor programs,” of which there are about 30 in Montana.
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