What is Transitional Living
Transitional Living Programs are designed to offer ongoing support post-treatment and a smoother shift back to “the real world.” They aim to be a middle ground for individuals coming out of treatment that aren’t yet ready to completely submerge themselves back into daily life.
Your family has options.
Transitional living programs are for older teens and young adults, usually who have completed a treatment program, who need extra support. Transitional living programs are a great option for young adults who are either scared of moving back home or who want to practice more independence. Young adults are encouraged to get a job or be in school while they receive ongoing support through individual therapy and peers going through similar things.
Benefits of Step down
- Continued therapy
- Social support
- Integrated into the community
- Help with job skills and schoolwork
- Teaches responsibility
- Learning practical life skills like budgeting, cooking, and cleaning