Youth often succeed when they are connected to their community in a meaningful way. Many of the youth we see often experience social isolation and alienation within their community which negatively impacts their mental health and sense of belonging.

Camino a Casa aims to (re)connect youth to their communities by actively involving them in communal activities while in treatment including, but not limited to:

    • Volunteer opportunities (Food Share, ranch – tending to abused animals)
    • Kayaking at local beaches
    • Activities at Mamba Sports Academy
    • Rock climbing
    • Sky-Zone
    • AA and Al-Anon panels offered on-site
    • Introduction to the culinary arts by outside volunteers

By the end of treatment, youth have had exposure to a wide range of activities they can do both with their family or more independently –  these activities may add meaning and greater social connection to their lives, which is a key ingredient to healing.

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