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State cuts ties with Aurora treatment facility, school for youth with disabilities after complaints of improper treatment

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Equip for Equality also noted that parent company Sequel Youth and Family Services, a for-profit company, announced closures of 12 facilities since 2019 amid decreasing enrollment that followed from state regulators, disability rights groups and national media following reports of abuse. The company operates more than 50 different facilities across the country, according to its website. The states of California, Maryland, Minnesota, Oregon and Washington no longer send their youth to Sequel facilities, the report states.

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