By Sarah Aslam
Wrangell Sentinel writer 

Closure of outdoor program for at-risk children hits Wrangell


January 20, 2022

WRANGELL - SEARHC's announcement last week that it was shuttering the 21-year-old Alaska Crossings program in Wrangell, a wilderness therapy program for at-risk children that the health care provider took over in 2017, disappointed much of the community.

The news release cited rising costs. Spokesperson Maegan Bosak, senior director of lands and property management at SEARHC offices in Sitka, said Friday she didn't have an operating cost for Crossings but would ask the finance department for the information.

"Health care systems throughout the United States have been dramatically impacted by t...

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