When teens come to TreeHouse, sometimes it’s the first time someone looks them in the eye and is happy to see them all week. At TreeHouse, teens know they will be loved, accepted, and supported— no matter what.
One night a week, we create a safe space for teens to talk about what's really going on in their lives. Through Support Group, teens get to practice vulnerability and receive support from peers and adults. Monday evenings, small group atmosphere led by trained staff, beginning with a meal at 6:30 pm, program at 7 pm. Transportation provided upon request.
We gather a second time to intentionally learn more about our God-given purpose. These times are designed to help teens develop the spiritual and personal life skills needed to grow into healthy adults. This is a time for students to dig deeper into the challenging issues that hit home for them. 6:30 meal, 7 pm program.
When a teen joins TreeHouse, they have the opportunity to get connected with an adult mentor. Through this, teens get dedicated face to face time with a safe, caring, adult who serves as a consistent presence and a voice of love in their life. This is usually off-site and helps build relationships that offer support and accountability.
Throughout the year, small groups of teens and staff focus on customized topic area like anger, self-harm, leadership, and forgiveness - creating a space for discussion and learning. Led by our in-house family therapists - Mosiac Consulting & Family Services, Kaula and Jeremy.
Opportunities for teens to have fun, learn about themselves and connect with community. Such things as sporting events, service projects, social activities and retreats.