By Stephen C. Schultz
As I started to think about writing this blog post, I was caught up in some memories of being at outpost. For those who aren't aware, outpost is a section of private land in Southwestern Utah that is owned by RedCliff Ascent. RedCliff is an Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare treatment provider, or better known as a Wilderness program.
Outpost is where the families go for graduation. It is a place where there is fresh water, shelter and emergency supplies. There is also a very cool replica of an ancient Native American Kiva. You can learn more about outpost here in this article entitled;
I decided that an intriguing story or experience I had while in the back country hiking with a team of students wasn't what a parent would want to read when it came to research. By the time you truly want to know if a wilderness program works, the last thing you want is a bunch of fluff.
RedCliff has been doing research for well over 15 years. So, please click on the link to the Wilderness Advisor. It is a publication that describes and reports some of the research that has been done over the years at RedCliff Ascent. When you want the best, make sure you ask about research. RedCliff is truly a research informed treatment program.
Click here for access to The Wilderness Advisor