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Free boot camps for teens include state-funded correctional facilities that teens are sentenced to by a judge. The National Guard also offers a free voluntary boot camp program for teens in some states. Other than being ... More »

A boot camp for teens is an alternative to jail for a teen caught in illegal activity. Boot camps address issues including behavioral problems and substance abuse. They often focus on physical challenges and discipline. ... More »

Teens who have been in minor trouble with the law or who have behavioral issues have been found to benefit by volunteering in military-based programs, such as the boot camp at Fort Dix and the Freestate ChalleNGe [correc... More »

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A boot camp for teens is an alternative to jail for a teen caught in illegal activity. Boot camps address issues including behavioral problems and substance abuse. They often focus on physical challenges and discipline. ... More »

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