Our alumni are important members of the Camino a Casa family. We are proud of each and every youth who finishes our program, and provide individualized resources as youth transition from our program back to their families and community. Feedback from youth and their families about their experience in our program is gathered immediately following discharge. A 6-month follow up call is also placed to ensure necessary support is still in place.
We offer families and alumni ongoing support through:
- Continued access to our weekly Saturday parent/caregiver support and DBT groups
- Continued access to Families Engaging Actively Together (FEAT) activities by request
- Narcotics Anonymous panels twice per month
- Al-Anon meetings every Saturday
- Annual alumni gathering: come back to campus and catch up with the treatment team, reconnect with one another, and share resources