World Class Adventure Programming
HELP YOUR CHILD REDISCOVER THE PERSON THEY ARE
As one of the leading residential treatment programs, we recognize the need for students to explore new leisure habits and skills. Building skills from the ground up promotes student success.
No matter where a student is with their skills in snowboarding, biking, kayaking or rock climbing, recreation specialists help students feel comfortable and provide coaching in order for students to continue their learned habits after graduation.
Each day of the week, students take part in Physical Education (PE) classes that expand their knowledge and practice of fitness and healthy living. During PE, students explore different forms of exercise through group activities and personal workouts using the campus gym and weight room. Between Monday and Friday, students take part in planned activities that help them work together as teams and learn what workouts they prefer. Planned activities include exercises like dodgeball, soccer, and capture the flag.
Encouraging an Active Lifestyle
Students engage in cross training, a variety of sports and activities such as volleyball, soccer, softball, and basketball; they also choose a recreational club to be a member of every 12 weeks. This focus on being active and engaged contributes to students’ overall health and wellness. In turn, this improves their outlook.
“At Elevations we get a chance to connect with students at our program on campus, and off campus…We routinely do 5K and off campus activities which allows us to really connect with the students.” – Jamie, Milieu Staff
Camping trips, weekly outings that focus on experiential opportunities and community service often come to be the most talked about and exciting part of our students’ weekly schedule.
These activities are more than just an opportunity to get off campus, they provide an important part of our therapeutic goals– to help students experience new things, build confidence, and practice their skills from Elevations outside our residential setting.