Hope and healing in community-based recovery settings
Full coordination of behavioral and physical health
Individualized assessment and a person-centered treatment plan
Expertly trained clinical staff in Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Crisis intervention, stabilization, and support
Recovery management for co-occurring disorders
Persons disabled for years with the symptoms of serious mental illness can learn to get on with a better life in a "normal" life setting, one in which they are naturally a part of the wider community. This minimizes stigma, generates hope and maximizes the transfer (portability) of acquired skills and other adaptive gains as the person moves on from Project Transition.
The purpose of offering rehabilitation services and treatment to individuals in a normalized community setting is to foster a sense of hope and determination to gain independence and self-sustainability. Members understand that Project Transition trusts and respects them as people and not as simply "patients" or "clients." This is important to the process of providing psychiatric treatment that includes a message of hope and healing. Put simply, we begin and do our work in the community because our members want to end up as self-sustaining members of the community!
PT I couldn't see how good you've been to me. Over the years, throughout the days, you've always been in my corner I must say. Times were bad and times were good, you helped me to lay down my hood. Now I'm shining not conniving, working it out my system what shucking and jiving. So I'm striving to be the best that I can be, for all to see, Thank you, PT.
Project Transition has taught me how to be an adult when others told me I was unfixable. PT will always be in my heart. I've been sober for 5 years and recently moved out of the program. Thank you Project Transition.
PT is helping me on my road to recovery. They offer support to reach my personal goals. Staff help guide me, showing me a new way to live. My life has new meaning today..... I now have goals and projects to work on. I am productive and am becoming a better mother and person.
Our daughter has endured mental illness for years… we have worked with many professionals and programs. Without question, Project Transition’s help and support have been the most effective.
I know what it is like to sell myself and a brand new pair of sneakers for drugs. I know what its like to walk around the streets with only socks on. But I no longer have to live that way. My family no longer has to worry about me. Project Transition means that I have hope and recovery. It means I have a second chance at life.
The family support groups and seminars are focused and helpful. We feel understood.
Project Transition has been a life saver to me. I was mentally Ill and felt like I was in a box that I thought I could never get out of. I lost everything and could not function...but now I have confidence in myself. I needed help in all areas of my life but now have a path and a purpose. Life is worth living.
My son has been in many programs and far too many hospitals. Project Transition is different; it is actually helping him to live a better life. The staff and members of PT care for one another... it's a form of community that is sorely lacking elsewhere.
Project Transition means I have a second chance at a new life. PT taught me how to love and believe in myself. It also taught me to forgive people in my past. I thought I would never get better but PT taught me different. They believed in me and made it easier to trust in myself.