Hi! I believe I can be of help with this issue. First, let me say I can imagine how distressing this situation must be for you. You are clearly a loving parent and your son has one of the most difficult addictions. Choosing the best residential facility is a process. It has to take into account the patient's needs and the cost of the proposed facility. So this is something you will have to negotiate with the management staff at the facility. I don't know of an rehab facilities that also have on-site educational facilities as well. This is handled after rehab when the person goes to live on his own or in a half-way house or with family. Part of the after-residential treatment program would be the educational component.
I would like to recommend to you the Pavillon in Mill Spring. It is a nonprofit organization and has extended stay opportunities which might be useful for him. This is one of the reasons I am recommending it. Here is their web address.
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Okay. I wish you and your son the very best!
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