Chicago Adventure Therapy
2018 marks our 10th program season. We’re looking back in order to look forward.
Monthly photo contests
At the beginning of every month this year, we’re posting a photo album to Facebook with our 10 favorite photos from one year – and asking you to vote for your favorite. We’ll be posting the winner on the 15th of each month. In November, we’ll post the winner from each of our first 10 years, and ask you to choose the best photo from our first decade of programming. Here’s June’s winner, from our 2013 program season. Our 2014 album is up – click here to see it. To see the winners from each month, check out this album.
10th Anniversary Videos
We’ve been interviewing CAT youth and leaders. Each month, we’re bringing you videos sharing what they have to say about CAT. We’ll have different theme each month. To see all the videos, you can watch on our YouTube channel or our Facebook page. We have a new video in our Leadership series coming, about Youth Leadership. First, we have a series about a particular Youth Leader. Here’s the first in that series.
Tiara: CAT’s first Youth Intern
Paddle in Portugal for CAT
Have the experience of a lifetime, and create opportunities for the experience of a lifetime for Chicago youth. Douro Kayak Expeditions and Algarve Kayaking are generously directing a portion of the proceeds for the trips they run in Portugal to CAT. Click here for information about the trips, how to book, and other questions you might have.
Make sure to check our calendar tab to learn more about current programming and events!
Chicago youth face overwhelming challenges every day. CAT works with and has worked with youth:
- receiving or in need of mental health treatment
- in or exciting the state foster care system
- experiencing homelessness
- experiencing poverty
- who are gang-involved
- who have experienced or are at-risk of interpersonal or community violence
- who identify as LGBTQ
- who are refugees from war-torn countries
*Chicago Adventure Therapy values and promotes diversity and inclusion in our organization, our programming, and our partnerships. We are dedicated to providing quality, safe, effective programming to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, citizenship status, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification or expression, body type, ability, income, religion, philosophy, and/or all other identities represented in our diverse city.