We offer separate groups for children, teens, and parenting adults coping with death-related loss of a parent, caregiver, or sibling. The children process their grief through creative activities, arts and crafts, and games, with the help of our trained support staff. Parents and caregivers meet to discuss common issues, concerns, and ways to help their children cope. Mike's Club is a free program for children 5-18 years old and led by Hope Floats staff, clinicians and trained volunteer facilitators.
Newport Healthcare sets the standard by consistently evaluating the quality and effectiveness of our teen treatment and recovery program, Newport Academy; and our young adult program, Newport Institute. Our outcomes data, gathered and analyzed in partnership with a third-party academic institution, shows that our clinical model of care achieves results far beyond what is considered clinically significant.
Once again, the back-to-school season has come and gone. High school and college students have settled into new routines, and recent grads have moved on to new roles. But an astounding 5.8 million teens and young adults between the ages of 16 and 24 are neither working nor in school. As their peers lay the foundation for a productive and meaningful adulthood, these disconnected youth find themselves unmoored from the structures that confer knowledge, skills, identity, and purpose. 781b155fdc