Tips for Parenting a Bipolar Teenager

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 […]

Teens and Divorce: The Effects of Divorce on Youth

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 […]

Flying Solo at Ironwood

“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 […]

Notes from a Resident – February 2022

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, […]

Family Day = Quality Time

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 […]

Field Trips Build Confidence

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 […]

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