The Clinical First Responder Training™ helps staff become better equipped to handle day to day treatment issues and to respond appropriately to the inevitable crises that occur in programs. The end result is a more competent and confident staff and a more effective and professional program.
JWHF will consider providing grant assistance not to exceed 50% of the costs. Applicants must be currently employed by one of our TWE programs.We will issue one grant per class.
This page was last updated: June 20, 2019
1) Read details below. If child and program match up then
2) Select & Apply to a qualified therapeutic wilderness expedition treatment program (TWE section below)
3) Email their admissions office and copy us permission for TWE to talk to JWHF.
4) Email John@jwhf.org requesting help include in email:
a. must be in the admission process to apply
b. the expected start date or may have just started within week
c. name of child
d. short explanation of situation (including income level and size of family)
e. home city/state
f. name of TWE program
g. name of person handling admission process at program (include email)
` h. How did you find JWHF - referred, website, promotional poster or ....
NOTE: A) Your email is your application.
B) Currently JWHF does not support boarding/transitional/residential programs
C) When emailing JWHF keep all emails in the same string. Do not open new email for additional comments.This facilitates keeping our records, actions, and thoughts together.
The decision a parent makes to send a child away to a treatment program can be deeply emotional and even traumatic for the parents as well as the child. There is a sense of parental failure, of "giving up" parental responsibility or parental control. Questions without answers abound. Words fail to fully convey the reasoning, the need for such drastic measures in face of what is, for some, the last option. Vicki Watkins, a good friend, has written a poem about her life and the necessity for that type of dramatic separation. She wrote it at age 30 during a period of hospitalization and treatment as she fought to regain control of her own life that was spinning rapidly out of control.Loving Me