The Clearview program teaches practical skills and provides learning opportunities for girls who are not ready to rejoin their families. Clearview is a non-threatening, supportive, and home-like environment. We help our students by focusing on academic instruction; individual and group therapy; creativity through art, music, and writing; and physical fitness. Our staff members provide skillful and kind mentoring to help students understand life and grasp their place in the world. We offer a knowledgeable and trustworthy environment helping girls deal with an unplanned pregnancy, heal from sexual abuse, or overcome an eating disorder.
Clearview offers a follow-up Mentoring Program. In the Mentoring Program, the student will learn to balance work, school, dating, leisure time, and responsible participation in a household. In essence, mentoring teaches young women to make their life less stressful through time management and prioritizing.
Program Type - Christian / Therapeutic
Clearview is a transitional residential treatment program.
Set in the beautiful mountains of north Idaho, this transitional residential experience is designed for girls between the ages of 13 and 20. We are unlike the traditional "wilderness" or "ranch" programs. The Clearview program has been created as a practical skills learning opportunity for those girls who are not ready to rejoin their families. We provide a non-threatening, structured, yet nurturing environment for the girls who need to develop interpersonal skills.
Students who are ready to attend a community school will receive tutoring when necessary and participate in after-school activities. Educational options include junior or senior high school, correspondence courses, or college. Clearview offers tutoring, special assistance with any homework problems, and constant contact with teachers. Students who are interested in taking the high school equivalency test (GED) and moving into junior college or the working world will be supported and encouraged. Monthly academic progress reports are issued to parents so they can view their daughter's progress.