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Snake River offers healing for orphaned, neglected, abused and abandoned kids

Mike Price, EastIdahoNews.com, Published at   | Updated at 


Troubled youth find healing on Idaho's Snake River

By JERRY PAINTER jpainter@postregister.com Jun 12, 2019

18 year-old casting from a boat

When Place Helps Teens Lay A Foundation For Hope and Healing

Teton Science Schools, July 25, 2019

Birmingham-based nonprofit names TV veteran executive director 

By Stephanie Rebman  – Managing Editor, Birmingham Business Journal
 

 

 Down to the River

STORY BY ROSE CAHALAN | PHOTOS & VIDEO BY ANNA DONLAN

Instructor casting into a pond near the camp.

Anglers & Appetites: On River Time Full Episode

 

American Angler Magazine

American Angler Magazine

 

 

Nonprofit helps abused and neglected children through wilderness retreat

 

by ABC 33/40-

 

A Safe Haven  

With Steve Davis, On River Time’s founder

b-Metro August 20, 2015

Steve Davis on a fly fishing trip.

On River Time: A nonprofit offers children an escape that allows them to recuperate from abuse.

By Birmingham Magazine,