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"It teaches kids and teens that even though your parents or self think you are a bad kid you make us feel like we are good kids, we just need to act better. We can still be ourselves, only good."
Wow! I went through boot camp and 4 honor companies, and honestly I would have to say that it is the best thing that has ever happened in my life. Not only is my relationship with my parents a lot better, but also I see everything in a whole new way and realize how hard life is going to be and how I can make it a little bit easier.
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Parenting teens is hard enough when parents agree on how a child should be parented; and even tougher when parenting styles collide. And the one place that parents should be especially concerned about not allowing confusion is in their own … Continue reading
We realize we are not a fix all and can not help every child, but we love to hear about the ones that we are able to help.
Our focus for Relationships is currently running with available dates of July 17-19 and August 14-16. Please call our office if you would like to sign your son or daughter up for further mentoring! 810-227-0243
Our one day interactive workshop was created to strengthen families and empower parents to take charge of their lives and households.
Dear Parent, Guardian, and Contributor, When you or a family member is struggling with a child, where do you turn? It’s hard to know where to go or how to get the help you need when things are out of … Continue reading
Hello parents, ACT NOW! There are still a few spot’s available for this weekends Challenge Camp 1-17-14. Both Female and Male spots are open! Call the administrative office to set up a trip to camp while there is still space. … Continue reading
Midcourse is blessed to announce that we are in the final process of purchasing a 2013 Polaris Ranger 500 EFI! ~This vehicle will add support to the camp by giving our Health Officer, for the weekend, a reliable means of … Continue reading
Every day I was sayin’/ sayin’ and prayin’ that God give me another chance/ Hope that he could at least be my best friend/ Hope that the relationship with parents will never end/ Happy, I guess the sergeant taught me … Continue reading
I want everyone to know Marie’s whole story so you realize your teenagers can make a change. Marie is 14, about to be 15. From k5-6th grade Marie was a great student in school. She was part of student counsel … Continue reading
Midcourse Correction Challenge Camps recently had the opportunity to meet with several Walled Lake School District counselors during their professional development day. During the presentation Director, Rich Wood, and Drill Instructor, Kayla Cruthers, were able to outline the programs objectives … Continue reading