325. Pendleton Academies

The Pendleton Academies was located in Pendleton in Oregon. It closed in 2008.

Founded in 1989 the facility was as a non-profit organization specializing in education and psychiatric treatment for children with the most challenging behavioral, educational, and mental health care needs.

However the facility used a lot of restraints and they failed to report the use of this to the authorities. As result they were forced to close.

It could not have been fun to be there as a teenager.


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About Rotsne

Danish immigrant, but very integrated. After having worked for another research center, I have recently started working for International Culture Exchange where I serve the youth and their families wanting to become an exchange student.

2 responses to “325. Pendleton Academies”

  1. Andria Eleni Antonakos says :

    I was here as a teenager. Between the awful food, abusive staff, police getting called a lot with kids dragged off to juvie most of the time, treatment being terrible, one psychiatrist having improper qualifications, me going to an abusive “contract care home” (aka foster home), and staff experimenting with punishments on me, not to mention trying me on numerous medications without parental consent and against my protests of how it was messing with my head

    • ashel fey says :

      Pendleton academy is was one of the most racist places I ever lived. They horrible to the natives. They’re proctor homes where local families were white people just trying to make a check. I so glad I aged out at 18 in 06. To bad my medical records where destroyed with them.

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