Recognizing how harmful substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders can be in our community, our mission is to empower students ages 14-19 through a therapeutic, emotionally, socially and spiritually safe environment with high-quality education to grow academically.
Our aim is to promote long-term recovery from substance use disorders and co-occurring disorders through education, advocacy and recovery support year-round.
We are a non-profit, private Recovery School in partnership with the school districts. We award graduates with a state-recognized diploma. Inclusion and accessibility are fundamental to our vision. We believe all adolescents in recovery deserve access to specialized educational and recovery supports regardless of their socioeconomic status, background, race, religious affiliation, gender expression, etc.