On the trail of recovery

On the trail of recovery

Outward Bound program focuses on grieving teens
In this 2008 photo, Bailey Davis, 16, and Mallory Brandenburg, 16, enjoy a moment atop La Plata Mountain, Colo. After turning to fighting and alcohol to cope with the grief of losing three members of his family, a seven-day trip with the adventure and leadership school in 2001, Stout said, planted the seed for a program called Heroic Journey that he developed through Outward Bound to take grief-stricken 14- to 18-year-olds into the Colorado wilderness in hopes that the healing process would begin for them, too.
In this 2008 photo, Jason Stout, center, works with Isaac Bukoski, 15, left, and Nate Mizraki age 14, on the ropes course at Colorado Outward Bound School’s Leadville Mountain Center in Leadville, Colo. After turning to fighting and alcohol to cope with the grief of losing three members of his family, a seven-day trip with the adventure and leadership school in 2001, Stout said, planted the seed for a program called Heroic Journey that he developed through Outward Bound to take grief-stricken 14- to 18-year-olds into the Colorado wilderness in hopes that the healing process would begin for them, too.
In this 2009 photo, Jason Stout, third from left, walks with Outward Bound participants in the Sawatch Mountain range near Leadville, Colo. After turning to fighting and alcohol to cope with the grief of losing three members of his family, a seven-day trip with the adventure and leadership school in 2001, Stout said, planted the seed for a program called Heroic Journey that he developed through Outward Bound to take grief-stricken 14- to 18-year-olds into the Colorado wilderness in hopes that the healing process would begin for them, too.

On the trail of recovery

In this 2008 photo, Bailey Davis, 16, and Mallory Brandenburg, 16, enjoy a moment atop La Plata Mountain, Colo. After turning to fighting and alcohol to cope with the grief of losing three members of his family, a seven-day trip with the adventure and leadership school in 2001, Stout said, planted the seed for a program called Heroic Journey that he developed through Outward Bound to take grief-stricken 14- to 18-year-olds into the Colorado wilderness in hopes that the healing process would begin for them, too.
In this 2008 photo, Jason Stout, center, works with Isaac Bukoski, 15, left, and Nate Mizraki age 14, on the ropes course at Colorado Outward Bound School’s Leadville Mountain Center in Leadville, Colo. After turning to fighting and alcohol to cope with the grief of losing three members of his family, a seven-day trip with the adventure and leadership school in 2001, Stout said, planted the seed for a program called Heroic Journey that he developed through Outward Bound to take grief-stricken 14- to 18-year-olds into the Colorado wilderness in hopes that the healing process would begin for them, too.
In this 2009 photo, Jason Stout, third from left, walks with Outward Bound participants in the Sawatch Mountain range near Leadville, Colo. After turning to fighting and alcohol to cope with the grief of losing three members of his family, a seven-day trip with the adventure and leadership school in 2001, Stout said, planted the seed for a program called Heroic Journey that he developed through Outward Bound to take grief-stricken 14- to 18-year-olds into the Colorado wilderness in hopes that the healing process would begin for them, too.
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