The Lifeline's philosophy incorporates:
My name's Peter Moore. Welcome to my Web site!
I'm a journalist, a graduate of Elan School, an offshoot of the Daytop therapeutic community, a recovering alcoholic with more than eight years of continuous sobriety, but NOT YET professionally licensed. After all, I gotta finish college first! :) I plan to graduate Concordia College in Bronxville, NY by mid-2003, with a bachelor of arts degree in behavioral science.
In the coming pages, I'll tell you why I've decided to create The Lifeline, a therapeutic community for troubled adolescents. After you've read everything on this site, I ask that you please sign my guestbook and offer your suggestions on how The Lifeline can better help a troubled adolescent help him or her self. In my opinion, a major fault of many of today's treatment philosophies is a "my way or the highway" closed-minded mentality. I promise to listen to what you have to say.
Please e-mail all inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also e-mail me privately at this address, if you do not wish to share your opinion on the guestbook.
Thanks and welcome again!!
The Lifeline welcomes inquiries from the general public, including treatment professionals, potential investors, philanthropists, alumni of various treatment facilities, parents and the media. Please use the e-mail link at the bottom of the page. Please note that The Lifeline therapeutic community does not actually exist yet and will not exist for many years until I finish my education.
Why I'm creating The Lifeline
View and sign The Lifeline's guestbook! Share your opinion on how The Lifeline can help troubled adolescents most effectively.