As we help clients work on their body, spirit, and mind, we know that maintaining an active lifestyle contributes to all three. We help clients stay active through outdoor activities and adventures both on and off-campus. Our 338-acre campus in Montana is an ideal location for a wilderness therapy program that provides plenty of opportunities for trying new things.
Activities for our clients include:
- Wilderness Expeditions
- Cross-Country Skiing
- Fly Fishing
In addition to participating in adventure activities, clients also engage in service work to help them give back to their community. Through service work, clients learn practical skills like fixing fences, yard work, and other landscape improvements to support the community.
Outdoor activities help students realize that they can have fun while sober. Trying new things and getting out of their comfort zones gives students the confidence they need to explore other interests while also healing during our therapeutic program.
Peers Helping Peers
We emphasize the importance of peers helping peers. It’s vital that the team works together, whether on an expedition or just interacting day to day. Team building activities help boys connect with each other and build their relationships during our therapeutic program. Having the support of peers going through the same thing helps boys feel less alone, deepen their understanding of addiction, and create a strong group of supporters in their sobriety.