Washington (Help Options) For Teens in Washington
Troubled Teen Parents Options
Community based chemical dependency treatment programs are offered to the teenagers. It provides consultation and education to the individuals.
Center for Human Services
Evidence based chemical dependency treatment services are provided to the teenagers. It provides drug prevention and intervention services.
Wilderness education programs are offered to the teenagers to develop a sense of stewardship in Quiet Heart camp.
Advantage Basketball Camps
Various skills to play basketball are taught to the teenagers. The programs focus on developing the team spirit of the campers.
Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. The state capital is Olympia and the largest city in Washington is Seattle. It should not be confused with Washington, D.C., the nation\'s capital.To avoid confusion, the capital is often called simply D.C. and the state often called Washington state. Washington is the only state named after a president, who was George Washington. Washington is bounded by the Pacific Ocean to the west, Oregon to the south (the Columbia River forming most of this border), Idaho to the east and British Columbia, Canada to the north. Washington is a land of contrasts. Washington became the 42nd state in the United States on November 11, 1889. Washington has usually been considered a key swing state politically, although in recent elections, it has been comfortably in the hands of the Democrats. Washington has the distinction for being the first and so far only state to elect women to all three major statewide offices at the same time, both Senators and the Governor. Washington has an extensive system of state highways, called State Routes and the third largest ferry system in the world. The five largest reported ancestries in Washington are: German (18.7%), English (12%), Irish (11.4%), Norwegian (6.2%) and Mexican (5.6%). The percentage of non-religious people in Washington is the highest of any state, and church membership is among the lowest of all states. The 2003 total gross state product for Washington was $244 billion, placing it 11th in the nation. Washington is a leading agricultural state.