Failure to Launch Programs For DC Young Adults

Getting Help at Failure To Launch Programs for DC Young Adults

Failure to launch programs help young adults from DC reach out for help outside their traditional support system. If you are looking to move forward with your life in order to be independent and successful, failure to launch programs help young adults from DC get out of their comfort zone. Journey Home Young Adult, an independent living program for young women ages 18-23, does just this. Located in Utah, Journey Home Young Adult has helped young women from DC among many others around the country find their path toward a healthy, sustainable young adulthood experience.





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We help young women ages 18-23 who need ongoing support after completing a prior, more intensive treatment program. Our clients are developing independence while making the transition into healthy young adulthood.

A typical client in the Journey Home Young Adult program is a young lady who has made significant strides in areas of emotional development, self-motivation, self-confidence and a sense of emotional maturity. They have specific goals they are committed to in the areas of academics, vocational and career choices. Our clients are focusing on emotional, physical and relational health.

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How We’re Different From Other Failure To Launch Programs

The Journey Home Young Adult difference is that we serve young women that have completed a treatment program just before enrolling at our failure to launch program. The transition to young adulthood can be a difficult time, so we focus on this population to support the gains that these young women have made in other treatment program. Our clinical staff has had years of experience in transitional living settings, helping young women navigate issues like depression, anxiety, academic struggles, and low self esteem.

Salt Lake City, Utah is home for our warm and welcoming community. This bustling city is a wonderful place for young people to live, learn, work, and play, making it an ideal location for Journey Home Young Adult. We have helped many young women, including young women from DC, use Journey Home Young Adult their launching point into a successful and thriving young adulthood.

Transitioning into Adulthood at Failure to Launch Programs for DC Young Women 

Failure to launch programs can help DC young women find success during the turbulent years of young adulthood. Journey Home Young Adult is a program for young women ages 18-23 that could benefit from a failure to launch program and also need help finding success in their lives. At Journey Home Young Adult, we understand that in order to inspire positive changes, our students need to build upon smaller successes to achieve bigger successes. Young women often struggle to find their sense of self and identity in today’s modern world. Journey Home Young Adult was created to help students navigate the journey that is young adulthood today.

Many DC young women have previously sought support and help in other therapeutic programs. Journey Home Young Adult was designed specifically with these young women in mind. All of our students hope to refine their skills after successfully completing a therapeutic program while living independently.

Building Life Skills at Journey Home Young Adult

Our goal at Journey Home Young Adult is to teach life skills, personal responsibility, college integration, and healthy relationships. Healthy relationships with others and themselves are the foundation of our program.

Clients overcome their struggles and create satisfying and sustainable lives with our help. Young women can launch themselves into the world, inspired by vision and purpose, once they know they have the skills to support themselves.

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