Failure to Launch Programs Helping Utah Young Adults

Help for Utah Young Adults at Failure to Launch Programs

Failure to launch programs help young adults from Utah take intentional and effective next steps into young adulthood. Failure to launch programs help Utah young adults take on this difficult challenge. An important consideration is appropriateness of fit – just because a failure to launch program is located in Utah doesn’t mean it is going to be the best option for you.





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Journey Home Young Adult helps young women ages 18-23 in need of additional guidance after graduation from a residential treatment program. Clients work towards building independent living skills in order to transition successfully into adulthood.

A typical client in the Journey Home Young Adult program is a young woman who has seen growth in self-confidence, emotional maturity, and self-motivation. Our clients have specific goals that they wish to reach during their time at our program. These goals can range from academics to career goals. They are focused on improving emotional, physical and relational health.

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How does our failure to launch program for Utah young women help?

Journey Home Young Adult is a failure to launch program located in Salt Lake City, Utah. We help young women ages 18-23 looking for their next step after successfully completing a treatment program. Journey Home Young Adult offers a supportive living environment and continuous support from our multidisciplinary clinical team establish a healthy lifestyle.

Our home-like setting is easily accessible to all the resources our students might need: colleges and universities, career and volunteer opportunities, social and cultural events, and the beautiful mountains and National Parks that surround the city! We want our students to experience everything that Salt Lake City has to offer, so built into our weekly schedule are group outings for adventure and cultural activities.

Journey Home Young Adult empowers young women from Utah to heal, grow, and live fuller lives while pursuing their dreams.

Utah Young Women Transitioning into Adulthood at Failure to Launch Programs

The transition to young adulthood is a transformation to be celebrated, not feared, at Journey Home Young Adult! Young adulthood poses many challenges for Utah young women in the middle of the transition, which is why we have cultivated a supportive and intentional community to encourage them. Young women who have previously been in treatment are in unique situations during this transition. Compared to other young adults, they know that they may need more support and structure during this time. These women also have likely gone on their own journey of self-discovery up until this point and want to be in a community that understands and respects their progress. During the transition to young adulthood, Journey Home Young Adult helps guide young women with emotional, behavioral, or mental health disorders.

Helping Young Women From Utah Launch Into A Brighter Future

We focus on the specific needs of young women ages 18-23 who are struggling with failure to launch. We work with Utah young women by offering a balanced and well-rounded program focused on personal responsibility, healthy relationships, life skills, and college integration. At Journey Home Young Adult, our young women learn about self-care, budgeting, time management, and other skills that lead to increased personal responsibility. We emphasize open and honest communication in everyday interactions.

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Freedom and Independence at Journey Home Young Adult

Young women from Utah are able to experience freedom and independence in a safe and supportive environment at Journey Home Young Adult. It is our hope that with this foundation of success, our clients can launch themselves into the future of their dreams.

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