An Individualized Approach to a New Beginning
Members at Project Transition have typically struggled with previous mainstream psychiatric interventions. Understanding that each person is unique, we provide therapeutic treatment and Recovery-centered programming that takes into account the various educational, socio-economic, and ethnic backgrounds of every person. Our approach to determining a fit between Project Transition and a potential member is very individualized. Highly skilled team members are committed to helping you determine the most appropriate treatment options available.
Project Transition receives inquiries and referrals from individuals, family members and professionals. Our process begins with a simple and confidential phone call to discuss your situation. An admissions counselor will ask some questions about the person’s strengths, needs, goals, diagnosis and history and will request recent clinical documentation. As part of the evaluation process we may ask permission to follow up with a therapist, social worker, psychiatrist or other professional.
We accept a number of funding sources including but not limited to Pennsylvania Medicaid, some commercial insurances and private payment. Once funding is secured we will set up a time for the potential member to visit one of our sites. This is an opportunity to meet staff and members of the Project Transition community. If necessary, we are willing to visit a person in the home or at their current treatment facility.
Admission decisions and the provision of Project Transition services are made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin, or gender.