THERAPEUTIC DAY PROGRAM
"Where learning and growth begin"
Aspire is a therapeutic day program that helps children with clinical, behavioral, and academic recovery. We are a day program that works with your child to obtain their education in a safe and therapeutic environment.
WHO DO WE HELP
CHILDREN AGES 6-17 WHO STRUGGLES IN SCHOOL.
CHILDREN AND TEENS WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE
CHILDREN AND TEENS WITH DEPRESSION AND TRAUMA
CHILDREN AND TEENS WITH ODD AND ANXIETY
Things you need to know
WHAT IS THERAPEUTIC DAY SCHOOL?
Therapeutic Day School is a program that is designed to help students who are struggling in a traditional school setting and struggle with mental health issues. This program ensures that kids
do not fall behind in school.
During their day students will focus on education as well as group and individual sessions to learn skills to help with their mental health.
HOW IS THIS FUNDED?
Therapeutic day program also know as Partial Hospitalization (PHP) is covered by most major insurances. It is even covered by Idaho Medicaid.
HOW LONG IS THE PROGRAM?
We currently run two sessions per school year. Each are one semester long. Students may have the option of doing both semesters based on their clinical needs.
DO YOU OFFER TRANSPORTATION?
We have a bus route that will pick students up and drop them off. Routes will be determined based on students' locations.
DAILY MEDITATION AND YOGA
Daily meditation and yoga are conducted to teach students how to deal with their daily stressors and how to cope with the environment around them.
GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL SESSIONS
Each day students will have individual or group therapeutic sessions to address issues such as anxiety, depression and coping skills.
Our classrooms and comfortable therapeutic environments support our students as the navigate through their education. We follow the Jerome School District Calendar and ensure students are meeting the Idaho Standards for graduation.
Our afterschool program is designed to help students with life skills. We have a variety of different projects that help students learn to cook, mange money, build healthy relationships, self-care and much more.