Sequel of Courtland

Courtland, AL


Rose Wiggins, MS Director of Admissions


Boys Only

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Sequel TSI Courtland was established in 1990 as a residential treatment facility serving males placed by the Alabama Department of Human Resources and Alabama State Multiple Needs. Sequel TSI Courtland is an Intensive Secure Facility with 28 beds for males with inappropriate Courtlandsexual issues and 18 beds for males with severe emotional and behavioral issues. Our program approach to treatment is the cognitive behavioral model. Therapeutic services include: individual, group and family counseling, specialized sexual issues treatment, social and life skills, activities/experiential therapy and after care services. The program utilizes the Positive Peer Culture (PPC) in order to teach residents how to develop responsible thinking, behavior, team work, and support of peers.

Males, ages 12 to 18 years old
Full-scale IQ above 70
Is impulsive/irresponsible
Has problems with anger and aggression
Demonstrates a low degree of empathy
Lacks self-disciple
Sexual perpetrator
Exhibits poor coping skills
Is non-compliant with authority

The time an adolescent spends at Sequel of Alabama programs is traditionally a period of academic gain, which is significant to your child's overall growth and success.

The objectives for our students are to attend school, demonstrate appropriate behavior, & achieve academically, so that they might return with competency & confidence to compete within the public or private school arena, college, military service, or job market.

Students participate in a school program recognized by the state of Alabama as a state supported school and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS CASI), wherein all teachers hold Alabama teaching certifications. A traditional school year, with an academic program based on the Alabama State Course of Study core, offers educational opportunity for each resident as a part of his individualized treatment plan. Summer school is conducted for remediation, enrichment and credit recovery as needed by students for courses in which he may have missed or failed in previous school placement.

Providing career/vocational education assists us in preparing students to compete more competently & confidently upon completion of the program. This curriculum prepares residents for life outside of secured residential settings by teaching specific skills & building self-esteem through a variety of activity.

Our mission is to provide a comprehensive educational program that will enable the residents to maximize their potential as they will have the knowledge to shape the future and become productive citizens who are contributing members of their community and society. To this objective we will follow the defined principles of our beliefs.

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