FLYY has three distinct programs:
1.) FLYY provides therapeutic services within a community care program called Flight. These services consist of therapy, skills development, wellness management and psycho-education for individuals and families. Through Flight, FLYY helps youth, young adults, and families on a variety of issues that include: trauma, depression, anger, anxiety, strained family communication, self-harm, suicidal ideation, adoption, and LGBTQ issues. Flight staff helps in teaching and role modeling (and is not limited to): new coping skills, mindfulness, distress tolerance, maintaining healthy relationships, and anger management. To make a referral or have general questions regarding this program, please call Jordan Rozeske at 608-512-6109 or email at email@example.com.
2.) FLYY offers two types of Dialogue & Conflict Transformation services: Peacemaking Circles and Mediation. Both create the space for increased understanding and strengthening relationships across lines of conflict, division, and/or varying perspectives. For more information, please call Jessie Kushner at 608-347-1432 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3.) After years of running its own nationally distinctive wilderness program, FLYY offers Wilderness Program Development — expertise in the form of specialized trainings, mentorship, and written materials to help Native American tribes and/or organizations build or enhance their own dynamic wilderness program. For more information, please call Tarek Said at 608-239-5414 or email at email@example.com.