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Successful Outcomes at one of the leading transitional living programs helping young women from Vermont

Journey Home, one of the leading transitional living program from Vermont, offers some of the most advanced transitional environments in the country. It’s scientifically proven that focusing on building a sense of agency and personal responsibility is the best path to build self-esteem. Picture4

The first step of this path is that it is not the first step at all. Our transitional living program is intended to provide a transition time between any treatment program and going back to normal society for young women between 16 and 21 from Vermont. To do so, during the day, girls will attend high school or college, and return to Journey Home base in the evening, where they can find the warmth and comfort of a traditional home setting.

Every girl is guided by €œhouse parents€ that function as individual guides to help her with reaching goals and with practical things like homework and school or college studies. They have at least one follow-up interview every two weeks.

During permanence, girls from Vermont are involved in many activities to enhance life-skills, such as: maintaining cleanliness of living space and property, budgeting, time management, meal preparation, shopping, transportation, gaining employment, appropriate recreation, personal hygiene, nutrition and fitness. They can also attend high school or pursue college courses.

But not all of our transitional living program from Vermont is teaching and educating. Some of the regular group activities at the Journey Home include €œFun Food Friday€, snow sports in the winter, visiting museums, going to movies, exploring the local outdoors by hiking and biking, and many other local events and activities. Many of these activities are carefully planned by Journey Home itself.
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Journey Home: One of the Leading Transitional Living Programs Helping Young Women from Vermont

Choosing the best transitional living program for your daughter from Vermont can be a troublesome and very disorienting experience, a lot of doubts can come to our mind when we try to figure out the best option for our loved ones without any real knowledge about what’s going on, It’s important to make sure that a transitional living program is the best place for your daughter’s needs.

To make sure that Journey Home is the best fit for your Vermont family, we conduct an admissions interview, which is the first of many personalized steps specifically designed for every young woman’s needs and desires.Picture7

We help young women acquire all the necessary skills to be successful in society. During their time at our program, we help young women focus on five major core principles: healthy living, education, life skills, personal responsibility and social integration. These principles help to empower our residents towards a happier, brighter future.

Journey Home is located in Utah, more specifically in Layton, just outside Salt Lake City, but of course we help young women all over the country, including Vermont.

Our transitional living program from Vermont includes the family as an active part of the treatment, because we find that involving family and having a good, open and honest relationship with parents and siblings is the best proactive factor for a successful therapeutic process and a successful and happier life.

Journey Home is meant to be a place for young women who struggle with mental issues, and now want to find a place where they have the space necessary to develop skills and regain that sense of strength and empowerment to face society again, while they spend time adjusting to their new abilities gained through the previous treatment.

Who does Journey Home help?

Journey Home helps Vermont teens in a Transitional Living Program setting who are struggling with challenges similar to those below:
– Trauma
– Family Conflict
– Social Isolation
– Academic Underachievement
– ADHD
– Low Self Confidence
– Learning Differences
– Low Self Esteem
– Depression
– School Refusal/ Truancy
– Impulsive Behaviors
– Technology Addiction
– Grief and Loss
– Mood Disorders
– Anxiety
– Negative Peer Group

Resources for Vermont Families Seeking Help

Teen Mental Health: Teen Mental health is a resource where you can find basic information about adolescent and mental health, all materials on the site meet scientific criteria to make sure it is rigorous and reliable. The site is teen friendly and makes it easy and fun to navigate for younger people.
Mental Health in Adolescents: The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provides a variety of information about mental issues and adolescent development, critical adolescent issues and much more. It is generally intended to provide basic and specific information about mental health.
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Journey Home can help your daughter from Vermont

Some examples of cities from Vermont which may have families who may be interested in Journey Home include: Charlotte Town of Stowe Dorset Fayston Waitsfield

Journey Home Helps Young Women From Vermont

Journey Home helps Vermont families from cities and towns like: Charlotte Town of Stowe Dorset Fayston Waitsfield Williston Underhill Essex Town of Jericho Westford
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Journey Home helps Vermont families from zip codes such as:

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Kim Peterson
Admissions Director

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 young ladies who may be at times homesick for home and family. Her hobbies include reading, writing, and socializing with friends and family.