- The Jackson Hole Leadership Program which is a summer camp focused on social skill building, problem solving and having fun in the wilderness
- Crisis Shelter for youth in need of a short-term break from the issues that they are experiencing so that they and their families can gain new perspectives and new tools
- Group Home for youth who are in need of longer term treatment for mental health and behavioral struggles
- Staff Secure Holding Facility for youth in an acute mental health or legal crisis which acts as a bridge to more definitive care
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Jackson Hole Leadership Program (JHLP) is a summer program for Teton County children grades 5th through 10th. The program teaches outdoor and problem-solving skills, and helps build positive peer relationships and effective communication. JHLP is open to all community youth.
We’re excited for the 2020 summer programs! Registration for this year’s JHLP opens at 9am on Monday, February 3rd. Please share with any parents who may be interested in joining us this summer.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reducing Stress in Children’s Daily Lives
Matia is a Therapist for the Van Vleck Group Home and Crisis Shelter in Jackson, Wyoming. She was born in Shrewsbury, VT and attended the University of Vermont, majoring in both Psychology and Anthropology. The day after college graduation, Matia moved to Jackson to guide horseback rides in Grand Teton National Park.
In 2015, Matia went back to graduate school at the University of Wyoming and received her Master’s in Social Work. During her search for an ideal job, Matia was drawn to work at the Van Vleck House because of TYFS’s strengths based approach and community involved atmosphere. She enjoys helping kids and their families create meaningful connections and rebuild relationships with themselves and those around them. A sincere thank you to Matia for all she does at TYFS!