The Transitional Age Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR) Program provides a supportive, homelike, community-based living arrangement for young adults in recovery from mental illness who have previously lived in a children’s residential treatment facility or with their family.

Transitional Age CRR offers a more flexible, recovery-oriented service than a traditional Community Residential Rehabilitation Program. Young adults receive support to develop skills to move into a more independent living arrangement.

Through a goal planning process, each person receives support in the areas of self-care, health care, domestic skills, nutritional education, medication and mental illness management, leisure activities, time structuring, and community participation.

A Mental Health Professional provides education and clinical direction to employees to ensure a recovery-oriented approach is implemented.