For young adults, 18 years old and older, the Church provides a program called "Institute." This is a generic name for a wonderful program. From the web site FAQ:
With a worldwide enrollment of 350,000 students in over 2,500 locations, there is an institute near you. Institute is a safe haven from the pressures, trials, and challenges of the world. Institute is concerned with education for eternity and provides an opportunity for students to be touched and nurtured by the spirit through classes and activities.
Request information from this link. I attended Institute when I was not attending BYU full time. It provides religious instruction to complement higher learning instruction. It is a life line for young adults. Institute is indeed, "safe." 

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