Lifeline Youth and Family Services, the organization that took over Escuela Caribe in the Dominican Republic (renaming it Caribbean Mountain Academy) has had the efficacy of its tactics questioned at one of its Indiana facilities, Pierceton Woods Academy. Most recently two juveniles left the facility on March 31 and made threats to return with guns. Last December, one of its students shot a man during a foiled carjacking attempt.
As a former student of Escuela Caribe, a facility isolated in the mountains of the Dominican Republic, I am concerned. If Lifeline is having these sort of problems here in the States- what is happening in the D.R.- where there is no real oversight? at least five of the staff were employed by the previous abusive administration. One of the staff is a former student. What abuses are being used to control the students in the D.R.?
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