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What is the Boundless Jumpstart Program?

Boundless Jumpstart is a behavioral health program available on our Worthington and West Carrollton campuses. The program offers children and adolescents valuable out-of-school structure while focusing on integrated behavioral health and skill development. Our curriculum is designed for young people experiencing difficulty regulating their emotions and behaviors. We specialize in working with children coping with ADHD, ODD, depression, anxiety, self-harm, trauma, or other stress-related disorders.

Worthington sessions last three hours and are available Monday-Thursday. Start times vary by group. West Carrollton offers sessions in both the mornings and afternoons.

What is the Jumpstart Winter Program?

Boundless offers a therapeutic program for children and adolescents with behavioral health challenges over winter break on our Worthington campus. Our curriculum focuses on helping participants develop interpersonal and mindfulness skills, learn to regulate their emotions, build distress tolerance, and more through activities such as worksheets, games, role-playing, and talk therapy. Daily snacks are provided.

The Jumpstart Winter Program is designed for kids coping with ADHD, ODD, depression, anxiety, self-harm, difficulty managing without the structure of school, difficulty managing emotions, or having a history of trauma.

Our winter program runs December 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, and 30 from 9 a.m. to noon or 1 – 4 p.m depending on the session.

Who can participate?

Our Worthington program accepts children and adolescents ages seven to seventeen. Our West Carrollton campus accepts children and adolescents ages five to seventeen.

We limit groups to eight participants with two staff per group. Resources permitting, a one-to-four staffing ratio may be possible. To ensure health and safety, we clean and sanitize daily.


How can I learn more about the West Carrollton program?

Contact James Lindsey at 937-247-2400 or


How can I learn more about the Worthington program?

Contact James Costilo at 614-436-7837 x 2216 or