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Dragonfly Transitions Supports Academic Success for Young Adults

Wednesday, 7. February 2018

For young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, substance or technology abuse, learning differences, mood disorders, a lack of focus, or ADD/ADHD, Dragonfly Transitions offers treatment and support in a residential, peer-based community setting. Many of the young adults who come to Dragonfly have previously struggled with developing and executing the academic skills necessary to live a…

Community Service and Exploring in Portland

Friday, 22. December 2017

Helping those in need and giving back during the holiday season provides a powerful experience for Dragonfly students. Last week students visited Portland to do community service, volunteer with nonprofits, and broaden horizons by exploring the unique cultural activities and group bonding opportunities that the city has to offer. Here are some highlights from the…

Dragonfly’s Fitness and Nutrition Coordinator on Health and Wellness

Tuesday, 5. December 2017

Ms Fitness USA champion and former 49ers cheerleader Nikki Crawford joined Dragonfly Transitions as the Fitness and Nutrition Coordinator in 2012, and since then she has spearheaded Dragonfly’s health and wellness department. When students first enroll at Dragonfly, Nikki meets with them individually to help them assess and create fitness goals. She also leads several…

Reducing Anxiety with Treatment, Tools, and Awareness

Tuesday, 14. November 2017

Over the next several months Dragonfly Transitions will host several screenings of the documentary ANGST in Ashland and Klamath Falls, Oregon. This is a film that was created by parents and educators that have personal experience with anxiety. The filmmakers believe that through watching the documentary as a community, awareness can be raised and a…

Residential Aftercare Programs for Young Adults

Monday, 25. September 2017

The transition from teenage years to young adulthood are years of vulnerability and change. Emerging adults struggling with issues such as anxiety, depression, ADHD, technology abuse, or lack of motivation are highly susceptible to the effects of their environment, and that’s why wilderness therapy and residential treatment programs can be so beneficial. Time spent in…

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