From Teen To AdultTransition Services
Transitioning Teens to Adults
Hundreds of young people with behavioral health challenges leave high school without independent living skills to make it on their own. Transition Services offers support, guidance
Many young people with emotional, behavioral health and substance abuse problems face potential loneliness, depression, unemployment, homelessness
Transition Services helps these young adults prepare for life on their own by connecting them with community services and caring adults.
Bridges to the future
Transition Services helps young people explore their strengths and create a plan to achieve goals.
A support system of people and community resources builds bridges to a better future by putting plans into action with:
- Career consultation, job placement
- Education assessment, planning, enrollment
- Social and independent living skills training
- Subsidized housing
- Physicians and medication services
To apply or with help completing the application, call Children’s Services at 918.492.2554.
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