The Courage House restoration process offers a balanced approach specifically addressing four distinct areas of a person—body, mind, spirit and emotions—separately and intentionally.
A Unique Life Plan™ (ULP) is developed with each resident to empower and encourage positive choices that allow her to discover her own unique purpose, strengths, gifts, and talents. It is a comprehensive, holistic, plan to ensure each residents physical, emotional, psychological, psychosocial, spiritual, educational, and reintegration needs are met.
Each girls’ emotional needs are met via focused trauma therapy delivered in a menu of modalities on and off campus, which include art, equine, dance, music, and recreational therapy. A young resident’s mental and educational needs are assessed and met at an on-site school, where learning takes place at her pace and scheduled in small increments throughout the day. Her spiritual needs are met in part at the dance, music, and arts studio, which also encourages creative expression.