Parenting a bipolar teenager can be nearly as difficult as the individual struggling with bipolar disorder. No mother or father can truly prepare for the delicate and patient approach it […]
The teenage years can be one of the more challenging times in a person’s life. As the brain and body continue to develop it can lead to changes that might […]
Impact of Divorce on Children, Teenagers, and Young Adults Teens and divorce can be a difficult combination. Adolescents may struggle to cope with changes to their family dynamic resulting in […]
“Solos” are kind of a big deal at Ironwood. When someone goes on their Solo, this tells those around them that they’ve entered a transitional period in the program. This […]
As residents reach the end of their programs and prepare to go home, we tend to feel doubt about the future. My dream is to live my life with purpose, […]
Wow! The first day of Family Weekend is a tremendous whirlwind of activity launched by a Welcome Orientation with a motivational presentation. Parents even got to experience a bit of […]
One important component of the Ironwood program is field trips. The field trips we have at Ironwood usually consist of some community work and a treat after, such as a local […]
This afternoon, the sun is having great success melting yesterday’s snowfall and the conditions are perfect for some laid back riding around the Ironwood campus.
Here’s a short video clip from this weekend, illustrating how we help our residents with personal goal accomplishment.
Wait a second…this isn’t what March 24 is supposed to look like?! 3-4 inches of the white stuff dropped in last night and it shouldn’t last long.