Why Choose SolsticeCompassionate Care
Solstice DifferencesA Helpful Home Away from Home
Treating the Whole PersonComprehensive, Insightful Therapy
People, Not ProgramsSolstice is about healing, and healing happens in predictable, consistent, safe relationships. Solstice succeeds at this by including caring professionals who know how to help girls succeed. As the girls heal, they are able to build stronger, enduring connections with their family.
Be an Everyday HeroA hero is someone who chooses the right path, even when it is hard or if no one is watching. We use the archetypal Hero’s Journey, where girls are able to discover the hero they were born to be, and “defeat the dragons” in their lives.
Inside Out ChangeGenuine, lasting change works from the inside out. At Solstice, the focus is on “change of heart”, which results in healthier, “principle driven” choices. In the process our girls create a healthy, thriving self, which parents often recognize with “our daughter is back!”
Solstice got me through one of the hardest times in my life. I had a support group that's just huge, between the therapists and mentors, the other girls—all helping each other. Veronica, finding support for relationships and adoption issues
Solstice gave me the space to pause and decide what I really wanted out of life. It empowered me to change and take responsibility for myself. Being able to listen to others and becoming a helpful person was a step away from my youth, and into adulthood. Erica, Alumni, who learned to be accountable and rebuilt relationship with family
When I got into the program I learned that there were other people with the same kinds of problems as me. The fact that people at Solstice really care and listen to you was really important for me. Solstice will always have a special place in my heart because it saved my life. I’m really grateful. Christine, Alumni, no longer feeling alone or depressed
We had many years of struggle. Eventually our path led to Solstice and we’re really glad it did. Instinctively Solstice knew what our daughter needed.” Sarah's mom; discussing how Sarah overcame anxiety and relationship issues