Registration

Enrollment is now open for 2018 programs.

In order to register for the Rites of Passage NW Wilderness Therapy Ranch program, please complete the steps below to the best of your ability. Your thorough answers will help our Treatment Team develop customized treatment goals. This interview may also be used as a screening tool in the determining your appropriateness for the program. 

You can apply online or download the PDFs and email them to: ritesofpassagewellness@gmail.com or for assistance please call us.

Wilderness Therapy Treatment for Drugs and Substance Abuse in the NW

Step I- Admissions interview

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Step II- Application for admission

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Step III- Enrollment agreement

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Step IV- Participant Agreement

Participant Agreement

Step V- Physical Exam

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Tuition Payment

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Rites of Passage NW Wilderness Therapy provides expedition-based wilderness therapy programs for troubled adults, youth, teens and children who are struggling with a wide array of disorders and behavioral concerns. These wilderness therapy and long term care programs are designed to treat children, young adults and adults over 30 with issues such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder - ODD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder - ADHD, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, mood disorders, substance abuse, drug abuse, obesity health and wellness, etc. Rites of Passage offers camps for troubled youth, programs for troubled young adults, long term drug treatment programs, long term drug addiction programs, long term alcohol rehab treatment center, summer weight loss camp for teens, weight loss camp for teens, weight loss programs for kids, wilderness therapy, wilderness therapy programs, and more. We are proud to have helped people from all over the United States and internationally including California, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Maine, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Missouri, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Europe and Canada.