People Can and Do Recover
Project Transition holds a strong belief in the core tenants of Recovery. Our value of “hope and healing through community” guides everything we do. It is our belief that even in the presence of painful struggles and repeated setbacks, Recovery from mental illness is possible.
We emphasize the concept of Transition, and maintain that the goal for every member is to create a meaningful and self-sustaining life as a functioning member of the community.
Our therapeutic treatment utilizes a “bio-psychosocial” approach to help individuals confront and (overcome the challenges) they are facing. “Bio” describes the appreciation of a biologically based model of health and healing. “Psychosocial” describes the ways that our communities foster relationships and self-management, restore hope and functioning, and support personal Recovery.
While every member’s Treatment and Recovery plan is highly individualized, there are fundamental components offered at each program. Including:
- Individual Psychotherapy
- Group therapy
- Medication evaluation and management
- Illness and Recovery management
- Wellness coaching and monitoring
- DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy)
- Vocational rehabilitation
- Supported education
For members with co-occurring disorders, treatment components may include:
- Individual session(s) with an Addictions Counselor.
- Recovery group run by Addictions Counselor.
- 12 Step meetings (typically 3-5 meetings per week)
Recovery, Rehabilitation, and Psychosocial Groups May Include:
- Illness-management and Recovery workshop
- Social skills
- Vocational skills
- Wellness L.I.F.E. group
- Communication skills
- Peer-led groups
- Independent living skills