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Boot Camps in Alabama

Boot Camps in Alabama – Get information about boot camps in your state and city. There are a lot of military boot camp programs designed to help troubled teens. Some of these programs can drastically change the behavior of your teenager. Call us today and we will be able to assist you in deciding what boot camp will work for you and your child. We have over 15 years of experience in helping parents find the correct military boarding school.

Private Teen Boot Camps and Military Schools

Private Boot Camps

The types of boot camp we are most familiar with are of the private nature. This means that they are not owned or directed by any division of the United States Military. They are usually owned and operated by former military personnel. Some will have some professional staff for assistance. They may have a nurse on staff or a doctor available in the event that a child needs more than just discipline. Some of the camps we work with will require a physical examination prior to accepting a new cadet. Some of the camps will take a child completely off medication when they arrive or request that they are not currently taking any medications when they get there. The private boot camps are an “in your face” type program with a rigorous physical training component. Drill Instructors are not allowed to touch a student, but they are still effective at motivating a child to do what is expected of them.

United States Military Boot Camps

Every division of the United States Military has some type of boot camp or basic training. These are available only to those who enlist in the military. It is our understanding that most divisions of the military will require a drug test of potential personnel to assure that they are drug free and able to perform their duties while enlisted.

Other Types of Boot Camps

There seems to be a boot camp for just about every occupation available somewhere. The popularity of the term seems to attract people that are interested in a high intensity type of experience whether it is with computers, writing, dancing, acting or whatever the boot camp offers. Most of the inquiries that we get are for troubled teens that are defiant and out of control. Computer boot camps are designed for youth and adults who are interested in furthering their experience and enhancing their resume.

Questions to Ask a Teen Boot Camp – FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What if my child does not want to go?

We can recommend youth escort companies that are able to pick up your child and take them to the program or camp of your choice.

2. How long are most boot camps?
Boot camps range in length from 30 days to one or more years. We do not recommend short term camps as they are not really very effective.

3. What ages of youth can go to boot camp?
Boot camp style programs we work with will only take youth beginning at age 11. We do work with some therapeutic schools that will take youth as young as 9 years of age.

4. What do you recommend for defiant youth younger than 11?
There is a Parent Self Help Kit available to purchase that contains information about and actual footage of a child being taken to a facility, and life in a boot camp. If you are interested, please go to www.bootcampdvd.net

5. How expensive are boot camps?
Prices begin at $2,100 per month. The first month in most programs is about $4,800 to cover admission fees, startup costs, etc.

6. Is there any government aid or government sponsored boot camps?
We do not have access to or information about any government aid or programs other than the juvenile system. Mos of the people we work with are trying to keep their children out of the juvenile system.

7. Are there any free boot camps?
No we do not know of any free programs.

8. Are there additional fees for using your service?
Our fees are included in the program fees and tuitions of the schools and camps we do enrollment for.

9. Do boot camps have finance plans?
Many schools and camps have some type of educational loan available. Many parents have decided to take a second mortgage on their homes rather than try for an education loan. In some instances a second mortgage is tax deductible.

10. What do I do next?
If you have decided to get some type of outside help for your child please give us a call. We will take you step by step through the admission process for the school or camp of your choice.