Adventure Based Counseling is designed to encourage positive risk taking in a supportive, compassionate, and noncompetitive environment. We offer youth a unique opportunity to receive treatment through an evidenced-based program called Behavior Management Through Adventure. This program encourages youth to discuss their shared experience, drawing upon skills they used and lessons they learned in helping their team succeed, in a group setting.
We also offer corporate team building at our ABC facility.
To learn more about ABC, click here.
Youth can participate in varsity level basketball, as well as track and field. Additional athletic programs include flag football, kickball, ping pong, and softball.
Clubs offer opportunities for youth to learn more about their own interests, build positive relationships with others, gain a better understanding of participation and teamwork, and expand real-life experiences.
Clubs include, but are not limited to:
Key to the comprehensive philosophy of engaging the entire person, our fine arts program offers a unique environment for youth to experience art as an effective and appropriate outlet for self-awareness and expression. Youth will have many opportunities through this program to develop skills and abilities that will help encourage a positive self-image.
Across the 500-acre campus, there are multiple indoor and outdoor recreational facilities.
Activity Center/Turf Building:
A 13,000 square-feet indoor turf field and activity center that provides indoor activities regardless of weather conditions or seasonal constraints. Activities that take place within this building are:
While we are not a faith-based organization, the importance of faith is acknowledged and accommodated through a holistic approach to treatment regardless of religious affiliation. Chaplain services provide non-denominational spiritual support and education for youth, ranging from Sunday youth services and prayer to individual spiritual guidance upon request.
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