Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Sue Scheff - Lenders for Getting Your Teen the Help They May Need



Chase Bank is helping out many families with students loans. Are you considering a Boarding School to help your teen? Visit http://www.chasestudentloans.com/ for more information.

When parents are struggling with giving their child a second opportunity for a bright future, knowing there is financial help can be a relief.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Parents Universal Resource Experts (Sue Scheff) Financing Your Child's School or Program


With today's struggling economy - compounded with the need to get our teens outside help, the costs can be staggering. Many lenders are no longer providing Educational Loans.

One Lender that is offering help to parents is Clark Custom Educational Loans - Visit http://www.customedloans.com/ for more information.

Wednesday, July 9, 2008

The High Costs of Financing Your Child's Education

Learn more about a variety of options to help finance your child's school or program.

Visit www.helpyourteens.com and click on Financing Options.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Sue Scheff: Financing Your Child's Education

With today's economy, Educational Loans are becoming limited. If you looking for financial assistance, you may want to consider schools or programs that offer scholarships. Unfortunately they are hard to find. Many parents with check with their local United Way. Visit www.uniteway.org to determine if they can help you.

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Sue Scheff: Financing an RTC or TBS - Will your health insurance help?

There are a wide variety of medical insurance. It is advisable that parents review their mental health policy of their health insurance to determine if there are benefits that could assist you financially.

Call your insurance company directly.

Call the program you are interested in and ask them if they are familiar with your insurance and how much can you expect to be reimbursed (if at all).

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Sue Scheff: The Costs of Schools and Programs can be Daunting

Many parents that contact us daily (Parents Universal Resource Experts) are stunned at the high fees that therapeutic schools and programs. There are a wide variety of financing resources including educational loans.

This Blog can give you more information about financing your child's opportunity to get back on the right road.

Saturday, February 2, 2008

Financing Your Residential Therapy Program for your teen


After making the painstaking decision your child need residential therapy, you will soon realize the high costs of many private schools and programs. Please take a moment to educate yourself on various ways that families afford to get their child the help they may need.