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  • What is mental health transitional living?
    Our transitional living program aims to provide structure, support, and community connections for people with mental illness. Many of our community members have completed formal treatment, but they need an in-between option before living independently. Transitional living services bridge the gap between acute care and independent living. They are also one of the best solutions for our current homeless youth epidemic.
  • Is this a sober living program?
    No. Our primary focus is on mental health (although that may include support for co-occurring substance use disorders). We may sometimes require drug tests if we have concerns about a resident's safety.
  • How can this house help me?
    Managing your mental health is undoubtedly challenging. The risk of relapse or emotional decompensation is high if you don't have adequate support services. Without proper housing, people with mental illness are prone to homelessness or living in unsafe environments. Our housing services aim to help you feel safe, supported, and cared for. Our transitional living program is open to adults of all ages.
  • What kind of independent living skills will I learn?
    We offer consumer education and life skills for all ages and skills. Regardless of your current circumstances, our treatment focuses on essential goals like: Healthy living Interpersonal skills Money management Parenting skills Academic and education support Relapse prevention Parenting skills Mitigate risk factors for young people transitioning from foster care Help people feel empowered over their mental health Supporting movement to live independently
  • How long can I stay in the program?
    We do not impose restrictions on the length of your stay. Most community members live in our transitional living program for about 6-9 months. Young adults often choose to stay with us until they feel adequately prepared to live on their own.
  • What therapy services do you offer?
    We offer numerous mental health services. Our therapists use evidence-based modalities like CBT, DBT, EMDR, and motivational interviewing to help you identify and stick to your goals.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    No. We offer housing and referrals to various mental health services. However, if you are concerned about the cost of our transitional living program, please get in touch with us to review payment options.
  • Can I still work or go to school while attending this program?
    Yes, we encourage community members to stay active in their communities while receiving our residential services.
  • What outcomes can I realistically expect from Transitional Living services?
    Everyone's prognosis is different, but most of our community members leave feeling confident with their new skills and more empowered over their symptoms. We typically recommend clients stay involved with mental health services after leaving our program.
  • How do I get started?
    Our support team is available to answer your questions at any time. Contact us today to learn more about our services.


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