Bend, Oregon

Young Adult
Transitional Program

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Eastern Slope of the Cascades Mountain Range

When it comes to choosing the right transitional program many factors come into play. Life in Bend, Oregon, sets Cascade Crest Transitions apart from other at young adult programs. Bend provides a small community-based environment with a variety of recreational, cultural. academic and entertainment opportunities.

 

Located on the eastern slope of the Cascades Mountain Range, Bend’s location provides easy access to the Three Sisters mountains, Mt. Bachelor, Mt. Washington and Mt. Jefferson. At the heart of the city you’ll find Pilot Butte, a popular spot for casual walks that end with spectacular summit views of the Cascade Mountains.

 

In a recreation-centric town, your young adult will be able to enjoy the outdoor pastimes you favor best, while also allowing for the opportunity to try new things.

RECREATION. CULTURE.  ENTERTAINMENT.

Bend offers many affordable and often free activities to keep residents and visitors entertained during their time in town. You can find festivals downtown on most weekends and more sporadically year round. A sense of community characterizes what it means to live in Bend. With a variety of events centered around bringing the community together, be it Winterfest or the Cascade Cycling Classic, Bend does a great job of creating a friendly safe and comfortable community.  Residents and visitors to Bend enjoy fine and casual dining, as well as a thriving arts and music scene.

 

Mild temperatures and low annual precipitation make Bend the ideal location for a young adult transitional program. Bend features four separate seasons with more than 290 days of sunshine and an average of 12 inches of precipitation a year. Sunny days, low humidity and cool nights characterize the most common weather patterns for Bend, which enjoys a primarily dry, high desert climate.

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OUTDOOR PASTIMES

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    • Golfing
    • Fishing
    • Cycling
    • Running
    • Kayaking
    • Whitewater rafting
    • Standup paddleboarding
    • Camping
    • Rock climbing and hiking
    • Mountain biking
    • Skiing and snowboarding
Bend offers many affordable and often free activities to keep residents and visitors entertained during their time in town.

 

Mild temperatures and low annual precipitation make Bend the ideal location for a young adult transitional program. Bend features four separate seasons with more than 290 days of sunshine and an average of 12 inches of precipitation a year.

 

 

Sunny days, low humidity and cool nights characterize the most common weather patterns for Bend, which enjoys a primarily dry, high desert climate.
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