Transition Advocacy Program

Navigating through the maze of services when individuals with disabilities transition from one facet of their life to another can be a confusing and challenging time for individuals and families. The Treatment and Learning Centers staff has many years of experience working with individuals with disabilities. We understand the factors that determine a successful future for young adults with disabilities, from short-term services supporting transition to long-term services that cover the lifetime of the individual.

The Transition Advocacy Program helps our clients to develop an understanding of valuable resources in the community available to help them and provide answers to their questions, such as:

•    What community resources are available to me?
•    Where can I find these resources and how do I apply?
•    Should I go to work or school or both?
•    Which post-secondary services will I have to pay for?
•    Who will oversee all of these life changes?

Unlike our other Outcomes programs that are funded by state and county agencies, the Transition Advocacy Program is private pay, fee-for-service that is open to anyone. The initial consultation is free of charge.

For more information, please contact us.