As parents we don’t want to see our beloved children suffer because they’re unfit and can’t keep up with the requirements of our modern society. At Journey Home, one of the most qualified healthcare centers in transitional living programs, we help to develop and accomplish critical achievements for teens from New Mexico who are on a recovery path.
Our transitional living program from New Mexico focuses on learning and managing five core principles that we believe are the foundations for a happier and more successful life. Our intervention is carefully planned with the participation of a professional team of psychologists, but also a proactive consultation with parents, and of course the active role of the patient in order to make their more responsible about their life.
Journey Home is located in Layton, just outside Salt Lake City, Utah. Of course we accept teens from all U.S.A. including New Mexico, and believe that a time away from home can be beneficial to struggling youth. According to experts, living in an everyday contact environment with peers, greatly improve socialization.
We differ from others transitional living programs because we focus on a wide variety of skills to achieve, that can be summarized in these five core principles: healthy living, education, life skills, personal responsibility and social integration. Every goal is carefully chosen to fit the individual needs in that particular area.
Journey Home is a healthcare center that aims to recover these teens beyond the simple cure and give them back to society as young and skillful women, with a real fighting chance for success, and not just as normal approved individuals.
Journey Home helps New Mexico teens in a Transitional Living Program setting who are struggling with challenges similar to those below:
– Low Self Confidence
– Technology Addiction
– Negative Peer Group
– Learning Differences
– School Refusal/ Truancy
– Grief and Loss
– Social Isolation
– Mood Disorders
– Impulsive Behaviors
– Family Conflict
– Academic Underachievement
– Low Self Esteem
Searching for a good transitional living program from New Mexico can be very disorienting, why should a girl or child assigned female at birth that just ended treatment go through a transitional living program? Journey Home is intended for teens who need time and space to adjust to society again, after spending months away.
But for who exactly is our program intended for? There are certain requirements for admission. A potential resident needs to have graduated from a residential treatment center, therapeutic wilderness program, therapeutic boarding school, or other similar programs. They need to be ready for the responsibility and freedom that a transitional home entails, and have demonstrated a strong commitment to their therapeutic goals and life. For girls and assigned female at birth with substance abuse issues, a demonstrated commitment to sobriety is also crucial.
Any girl or child assigned female at birth from New Mexico can participate in our transitional living program, and it is particularly suited for teens struggling with depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, body image issues, ADD/ADHD and other learning issues, academic struggles, and low self-esteem.
Journey Home intervention strategy is to establish goals for every girl, according to five core principles: Healthy Living, Education, Life Skills, Personal Responsibility and Social Integration. Our program from New Mexico is mostly intended to help transition from structured residential programs to home. To make this transition happen, girls and assigned female at birth have plenty of activities to choose from, like sports, fun activities such as movies or outdoors hiking, or more society-oriented like having classes about shopping, getting a job, budgeting. All of this along with therapy and studying.
Helping Youth Transition from Out-of-Home Care to Adulthood: A practical guide for social workers about intervention with transition to adulthood from out-of-home care. In such delicate circumstances, it’s important for teenagers’ mental health and wellness to be center-stage.
Promising Practices in Transition to Adulthood: Child Welfare Information Gateway houses relevant articles about transitioning to adulthood: what it means for adolescents, best practices, results and strategies, examples of working programs and much else. It is a great resource for families that want to know more specific information about how to help their teen successfully transition into adulthood.
Some examples of cities from New Mexico which may have families who may be interested in Journey Home include: Albuquerque Las Cruces Rio Rancho Santa Fe Lamy
Kim has a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science & Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Corrections from Weber State University. She has been employed at Solstice and Journey Home since February 2011 as a Mentor and is now Admissions Director. She has traveled extensively around the world and has enjoyed calling various destinations home. This has given her the ability to empathize with the teens who may be at times homesick for home and family. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and socializing with friends and family.