RYC's Transition to Adulthood Program
RYC offers services for youth transitioning to independence and adulthood. Transitional age youth at RYC have the opportunity to participate in the following:
- Ansell-Casey Life Skills Assessment - This online assessment tool helps identify areas a young person needs to develop skills in order to successfully live independently.
- Individualized Success in Adulthood Plan - Our transition facilitator will develop a plan for skills development and personal improvement based on assessment results, observation, and clinical/treatment team recommendations.
Life Skills Group - Group counseling focused on developing life skills to support successful adulthood is now offered four times per week. These groups provide psych-education, as well as cognitive behavioral interventions to help clients overcome barriers to practicing successful independence. Topics covered include money management, banking, job-seeking skills, college and career preparation, financial aid, etc.
Transition to Independence Process (TIP) Model Core Practices and Interventions
Success for Life Packet - Each client will be provided a packet of their work completed as part of RYC's Transition to Adulthood program, to celebrate their accomplishments in a tangible way as well as to help clients learn to maintain vital documentation
Individualized Skills Training with a Master's level transition facilitator
For more information on the TIP model, click here.
For more information on the Transition to Adulthood Program, call Dustin Larna at 907-220-7299.