In 2016, Open Sky concluded our tenth year of data collection in the study of our outcomes.
Our empirical research shows that Open Sky is extremely effective at helping our adolescent and young adult students, and that our students maintain these […]
The Adventure Therapy Model at Aspiro creates a space for girls to develop self efficacy and find confidence in their ability to do hard things. In addition to the many gains made through wilderness adventure therapy, a holistic approach in their treatment is crucial. […]
Kelly has been the Outdoor Experiential Manger overseeing the outdoor program since 2013. However, overall, Kelly has been with Gateway over 10 years.
Kelly is a gifted and talented leader at Gateway Academy. Kelly is well versed in all of Gateway’s technical activities including rock climbing, skiing/snowboarding, canyoneering […]
Anngela Wells Starnes is joining the Q&A Family of Programs as Director of Admissions and Marketing.
Anngela comes to Q&A with rich experience in the therapeutic world.
Her passion for helping others began in 1988 when she helped her father and stepmother, Larry and Karen Wells, found a program […]
The Residential Treatment Center for Adopted Adolescents
Three Points Center is thrilled to be moving into our new facility. For the past three years, Three Points Center has been located in La Verkin, UT but has recently moved into a much larger and improved facility.
The new property […]
Announcing TRAILS MOMENTUM Wilderness Therapy Program for Young Adults Now OPEN!!!
We have enrolled our first students, embarked on our first adventures, and are actively accepting student applications. At Trails Carolina we are passionate about preparing our students and their families for the intentional transition to life. We […]
Northwest Academy is moving. And, Mother Nature is to thank for their new home.
This past spring record-setting rainfall occurred in North Idaho, which fell on top of a deep snowpack. This resulted in countless mudslides in the region. One of which was highlighted on national television and […]
What is the single most important factor of survival or attribute of a survivor?
Novitas students enjoyed this Project Based Learning lesson on survival. They first studied Aron Ralston.
Aron Ralston is the young man that had to cut off his forearm to free himself from a […]
SPOTLIGHT – Horizon Family Solutions Welcomes Julie Forland, M.Ed. as Educational Consultant for International and US Based Families and Students
Horizon Family Solutions is pleased to announce its recent hire of Julie Forland, M.Ed., who has joined the HFS team as an International and US Educational Consultant based out of the firm’s Boulder, Colorado office.
[Boulder, Colorado]— March 25, 2017 — Within the Educational […]
Vive Family Support Program is excited to join the Association for Community Integration Programs (A4CIP). Vive’s community-based approach to supporting families is a natural fit with the other quality programs that are part of this organization.
What does this mean for Vive?
As a part of this association, […]