5139 NE 94th Ave., Ste C, Vancouver, WA 98662 info@projectpatch.org 360.690.8495

Financial Information

Project Patch has spent three decades focused on meeting the unique academic, social and cognitive needs of our students by providing time-tested and evidence-based practices to help them achieve lasting change.  Our proven and time-tested therapeutic residential program has helped restore hope to teens and their families.

Entrance Fee:

  • There is a one-time enrollment fee of $1,950 due 7 days before placement
  • Pro-rated first month’s tuition

Our monthly tuition includes:

  • Year round accredited schooling
  • Academic coaching
  • Fundamental academic skill building
  • Clinical services (individual, group and family therapy)
  • Substance/internet/gaming abuse services
  • Character development programing
  • Socialization skill building
  • Communication development
  • Adventure education programming
  • Parent education
  • Nurse supervised medication management
  • Room and board
  • Recreational activities
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Pre-employment training

Please call our Admissions Director at (360) 690-8495 to learn how Project Patch can help your child.

Financial Aid

Through the generosity of donors, we have the option of awarding financial assistance to qualifying families.

Apply for Financial Aid

In order to be considered for the Sliding Scale Plan or the Connecting Hearts Scholarship, the parent/guardian must submit the following:

  1. Household Monthly Budget (ExcelPDF – if you don’t have Excel)
  2. Financial Aid Application
  3. Most recent income tax return – Please black out all social security numbers.
  4. Most recent pay stubs
  5. Documentation of any other income (unemployment, child support, etc.)

Project Patch’s financial aid committee will review the file and work with ranch administration to set the amount of the tuition.

Healthcare/Education Loans

Although we do not encourage going into debt, if payments are still difficult and you are considering getting a loan to cover the cost of enrolling your child in our program, contact admissions for information.