blueFire Wilderness and blueFire PulsaR Are Now OBHC Members
blueFire Wilderness and blueFire PulsaR wilderness therapy programs for adolescents ages 11-17 and young adults 18-28 are happy to announce that they are now a part of the Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare Council (OBHC).
“We are thrilled to be joining the Council,” says Reid Treadaway, blueFire wilderness and blueFire PulsaR’s co-founder and Director of Admissions. “OBHC sets a high standard for wilderness programs. As part of this membership, we are working on next steps and beginning an accreditation process to take a thorough look at all of our policies and procedures to continue to strive to hold ourselves to the highest bar.”
Managed through the Association of Experiential Education (AEE), the accreditation “provides impartial validation that the program meets or exceeds standards that have been developed exclusively for outdoor behavioral healthcare programs,” according to the OBHC. It also provides “solid evidence of a program’s commitment to quality and adherence to professional standards.” blueFire and PulsaR are excited to be working towards this accreditation with the AEE and OBHC.
About blueFire PulsaR
blueFire PulsaR is a co-educational wilderness therapy program for young adults ages 18-28. Adventure therapy, equine therapy, academic opportunities, career counseling, and “family spark” help students open up and look at their life. This program is dedicated to helping students regain a better sense of the world around them while addressing their emotions by developing healthy coping skills and communication skills.
Call (844) 413-1999 or visit bluefirepulsar.com for more information.