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'''Hensley School''' is a location in the [[:category:Melisende Dulac Series|Melisende Dulac Series]].
 
'''Hensley School''' is a location in the [[:category:Melisende Dulac Series|Melisende Dulac Series]].
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Hensley School is a private girls school that at one time was affiliated with the [[Crestview Assisted Living]]. It houses and educates pregnant teens and young mothers, with a goal of ensuring their pregnancies don't interrupt their educations. Located in the forest outside the hamlet of Crestview, it was founded in 1921 as part of the [[Hensley Asylum for Infirm Ladies and Needful Girls]] by the lumber and mining baron [[Dalton Hensley]].
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Hensley School is a private residential school dedicated to the support and education of pregnant teens and young mothers. Located the hamlet of [[Crestview]], it began, with [[Crestview Assisted Living]], as half of the dual-mission of the [[Hensley Asylum for Infirm Ladies and Needful Girls]], founded in 1921 by the lumber and mining baron [[Dalton Hensley]].
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At present, the school is managed and partially-funded by the [[Hensley Foundation]]. It also receives funding through contracts with the [https://www.oregon.gov/dhs/Pages/index.aspx Oregon Department of Human Services] and through individual client fees.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 12:53, 7 November 2019

Hensley School is a location in the Melisende Dulac Series.

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Hensley School is a private residential school dedicated to the support and education of pregnant teens and young mothers. Located the hamlet of Crestview, it began, with Crestview Assisted Living, as half of the dual-mission of the Hensley Asylum for Infirm Ladies and Needful Girls, founded in 1921 by the lumber and mining baron Dalton Hensley.

At present, the school is managed and partially-funded by the Hensley Foundation. It also receives funding through contracts with the Oregon Department of Human Services and through individual client fees.

Appearances