Enhancing Wilderness Therapy through Aftercare and Parent Programming

Project Term: 12 months; Apr 2017 – Mar 2018
Grant Amount: $26,088

This project will add case management and expanded programming for parents to a well-established wilderness youth therapy program. The program currently offers a 45-day wilderness therapy trip for youth ages 13-17 who have co-occurring behavioral issues, and a simultaneous program for parents and family members. The family program is run by a licensed therapist who utilizes best practices to teach effective parenting. Additional case management services will allow the family program to be offered to Medicaid clients (roughly half of the client base) who would benefit. Partnerships for this project include Youth Court, Tribal Social Services, Child and Family Services, Dan Fox Family Care Program, and Western Montana Mental Health.

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