Post-Wilderness Prevention Programs
Compass Rose Academy
Wilderness programs can resolve complex deep-seated issues for teens who are grappling with both behavioral and mental health issues. But teens often struggle to transition from the regulated atmosphere of intensive programs back to their homes lives, which lack the structure they’ve adapted to.
Compass Rose’s longer-term residential treatment programs help to reinforce and deepen the therapeutic progress teen girls experience during wilderness programs, lowering the chance that students will fall back into old habits.
The program, which can include a combination of family, group and individual therapy, also provides an opportunity for students to gradually transition back to their home lives.
Visit our counseling page to discover more about our therapeutic services and how we help teens develop more stable, healthy lives.
Compass Rose Academy was established in 2012 as a subsidiary of White’s Residential & Family Services, Indiana’s largest social services ministry with more than 170 years of experience serving children and families.
Compass Rose is a residential treatment center with a beautiful sprawling campus located on 800 acres of farmland and woods in Wabash, Indiana. The Christian organization is committed to enriching the lives of children and families through emotional healing, personal development and spiritual growth.
If you or someone you know may be interested in Compass Rose Academy for a teen girl ages 14 to 18, please click below to submit an inquiry form so that we can learn about your situation.