All Kinds of News for July 11, 2018
Students at Foundations Asheville, a transitional living community for young adults ages 18-24, took part in a multi-day outdoor sea kayaking expedition to Capers Island in South Carolina this past month.
Guided by members of Foundations staff, students circumnavigated the island and camped out on remote beaches. During their time at Capers Island, students had close and playful encounters with dolphins, harvested and ate oysters together and saw alligators.
“During the trip, students engaged in a variety of activities that encouraged a group process, bringing them closer together as a group overall,” comments Mike D’Angelo, Lead Clinician at Foundations Asheville. “Expedition trips allow students to face challenge through adventure together, work as a team, and support one another. They are a great opportunity to further develop a positive and supportive peer culture which is so valuable to our young men's growth in the program.”
For more information about Foundations Asheville, please visit https://foundationsasheville.com or call (828) 408-0803.
About Foundations Asheville
Foundations Asheville is a transitional living community located in Asheville, North Carolina. Foundations supports young men between the ages of 18-24 through the process of transitioning into adulthood by helping them gain confidence and motivation within a structured, individualized community environment. While at Foundations, young men gain skills to succeed academically, socially, and in the workforce. For more information about Foundations, please visit https://foundationsasheville.com or call 877-318-7273.