Young Adult Program
Many young adults struggle with:
- Drug and or Alcohol Addiction
- Self Esteem
- Lack of Motivation
- Entitlement, No Work Ethic
- Trouble with the law
- Internet Addiction
- Divorce Issues
- Adoption Issues
- Anger Management
- Mood Disorders and much more
Many young adults come to Triumph credit deficient and need to graduate high school. Others come in wanting to attend college, join the military, learn a trade or secure a decent job.
Triumph offers state of the art classrooms equipped with smart boards, tablets and computers.
We help students in all aspects of success. We help them find scholarships and student loans. We also help students prepare resumes and role play so they are ready for job interviews.
Triumph has access to local vocational colleges where students may attend to learn trades such as being a computer programmer, a welder, a mechanic, etc.
Triumph offers intensive therapeutic intervention. We have multiple therapists who specialize in different areas of treatment.
Students receive multiple group therapy sessions, one or more individual sessions and generally one family session per week. Life skills are also a big part of therapy.
Students have the opportunity to participate in our animal science program where they have the opportunity to train Labrador retrievers.
Triumph prides it self on the canine program offered. The students have the opportunity to train registered Labradors to hunt and utilize these skills in field trials and competitions.
For most students this is the high light of their stay at Triumph.
RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTABILITY INTEGRITY
Triumph offers a highly structured program. The students wear uniforms which usually consist of t shirts and jeans. Students wear button up shirts and ties to school to implement a level of seriousness and professionalism. Everything we do requires a level of being accountable. Students make their beds, clean their room as well as their whole unit. They will receive a food handlers permit and they cook their meals with staff supervision.
Students do a lot of community service projects. It is good to learn to give back. Students also work on the bird farm as well as in the kennels regardless if they are in the Triumph Retriever program.
Activities include camping, fishing, hiking, rock climbing and many other out door activities.