Category Archives: Intervention Staff

An Adolescent Transport Should Better Prepare the Adolescent/Teen for Treatment

If an Adolescent is transported into a treatment settings, such as a wilderness program, therapeutic boarding school, or residential treatment center, he/she should arrive better prepared than when the transport first commenced.  In essence, even if an adolescent and his/her parents are in conflict regarding treatment, by the time the adolescent arrives at the treatment […]

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NATWC Staff Training/Counselor Certification

The National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camping (NATWC) will be holding a two-day intensive training for staff working in therapeutic wilderness or residential settings.  This counselor training will be held October 24th and 25th in Henderson, North Carolina.  The cost of attending ranges from $270-$300 per person and includes room $ board and all training. […]

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Vao Tiatia KSL News Interview – Polynesian Service

To view the news clip on KSL, please click here: Vao Tiatia, Artist for Vaopele Design and Transport Interventionist for New Start Transports is recognized by KSL for his art, culture, and contributions to youth within his community.  The Tiatia family has a history of polynesian culture and serving youth within the community.  To view […]

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