It is named after Carl Matildur Schubert - a local businessman which started a shop in the town around 1868. In 1951 the facility opened based on his inheritance. 
Some of the departments use an individual approach. Others use a level system. The level system is partly based on self-evaluation and partly on the feedbacks from the staff .
Each level has a minimum number of day where the teenager has to show a behavior equivalent what is expected on the certain level. According to Danish law a certain amount of pocket money per day is given to children placed outside their home. As the teenager raise in level they get more control over their money.
|Level name||Lasting at least days||Pocket money|
|Alfa||28||50 percent handed out. 50 percent placed on saving account|
|Beta||42||60 percent handed out. 40 percent placed on saving account|
|Gamma||63||70 percent handed out. 30 percent placed on saving account|
|Delta||91||80 percent handed out. 20 percent placed on saving account|
|Epsilon||126||90 percent handed out. 10 percent placed on saving account|
|Pi||168||All handed out.|
|Sigma||217||All handed out.|
The teenagers has to apply in order to be allowed on to the next level. Partly because there are no pressure from the public funds which pay for the stay the staff will not put pressure on the kids so they will apply. It is voluntary to remain at a certain level for as long as the teenager want. The staff can demote a teenager if they feel that the teenager does not behave as expected on a certain level .
Each day the teenager must have the personal chart approved before 22:30. Otherwise the day doesn't count in the level system.
Each teenager has their own room. At the facility they have a strict dresscode compared with normal Danish standards. Only one earring is allowed (both genders). Low waste trousers are not allowed. Holes in clothes is also not allowed. They have a smoking ban .
Personal cell-phone is earned as a privilege.
In 2010 a documentary was made about the children placed at the facility. Four specific children were followed so the viewers could learn how the daily life at the facility 
- Info: Homepage of the facility