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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…

Adventures in Yellowstone and Glacier National Park

Friday, 22. September 2017

Adventure based trips provide Dragonfly students with the opportunity to develop self-confidence, connect with community, and experience things they may have never tried otherwise. These experiences then translate into exploring new interests, connections, and success in other areas of life such as school, work, and developing healthy peer relationships. Recently, several Dragonfly students returned from…

International Service Trip to Cambodia

Wednesday, 19. July 2017

Seven Dragonfly students traveled to Cambodia last week for the start of a very special journey with three experienced Dragonfly staff and an alumni assistant. Over the course of the next few weeks, this trip will combining service work, international travel, and cultural immersion. The group has spent the last several days in Mondulkiri, Cambodia volunteering with…

Exploring New Edges on Dragonfly Summer Trips

Thursday, 29. June 2017

Dragonfly students recently embarked on outdoor adventure-based trips to try new experiences, develop self-confidence, deepen friendships, and refresh with a new perspective after finishing the school year. While visiting the surrounding area near Bend, Oregon, the students came together to go camping, rock climbing, kayaking, and to explore new experiences in the beautiful, rugged outdoors of Oregon. Here…

Young Adults and the “Failure to Launch” Phenomenon

Friday, 2. June 2017

Managing life’s milestones can be challenging. Whether it’s celebrating a big birthday, taking your child to their first day of kindergarten or mourning the death of a loved one, life’s inevitable changes are tough. Adjusting to change also takes practice, resilience and the confidence that, someday, you’ll get used to the new normal. For some…

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