605 SOUTH COLLEGE AVENUE, SUITE 101, FORT COLLINS, CO 80524

YOUTH PROGRAM

No Barriers Youth Programs provide transformative experiences for adolescents who face challenges.

The Mission of the Youth Program is to educate adolescents about the No Barriers Life Elements and equip them with tools that will help them reach their full potential. Through our award-winning experiential programming, students learn resilience, nurture a positive mindset, elevate their confidence, and find their life’s Rope Team. We help them discover that…

WHAT’S WITHIN YOU IS STRONGER THAN WHAT’S IN YOUR WAY

https://youtu.be/PsCtQPqlv7kWe are dedicated to providing a safe, positive environment that promotes learning and creates lifelong impact. The No Barriers Mountain Campus is a one step from wilderness overnight summer camp based in Colorado’s spectacular foothills. Students can participate in rock climbing, a high ropes course, a zip line, team building games, activities, and much more. Campers also learn to build resilience, hope and optimism as they engage in our growth programming.


Our Educational Content

We create life-changing in-person and virtual experiences for schools. Partnering schools come to the campus to experience our environmental education courses, summer camps, and team building activities. In the virtual space, we offer online programs for students as well as curricula for educators to use with their students. Whether in-person or online, students will develop the tools and skills they need to be successful and the mindset they need for building a purposeful life.

MORIAH (MO) LEUTHAUSER

Program Manager

 

Moriah (Mo) Leuthauser grew up in a small town in Western Colorado. There she spent time outside with her family- skiing, backpacking, climbing and camping. She was introduced to adaptive recreation through an internship with a nonprofit organization that offered recumbent cycling tours from Telluride to Moab for disabled veterans. She was inspired to get involved with adaptive recreation after seeing the joy and healing that she had witnessed it bringing.  She attended Grand Canyon University, where she worked as a guide in the outdoor recreation program and received her Wilderness First Responder certification. Then, she worked at the National Ability Center as an adaptive ski instructor and as an adaptive raft guide for multi day rafting trips. During this time, she earned her PSIA Adaptive Level 1 cert and her Swift Water Rescue Level 4 cert. She now works for No Barriers as the Warriors Program Coordinator, but most enjoys opportunities to be in the field. In her free time, she enjoys mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing, board games and gardening. She hopes for a future where outdoor recreation is more accessible for all people and she plans to devote her career to this cause.