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Project Transition Member Profile

Member Profile for Mental Health Residential Care


Members of Project Transition have diverse backgrounds in all facets of their lives. We provide psychiatric treatment for adults (between 18 and 65) who are chronically afflicted by severe and persistent mental illness. Members may also have a substance use disorder, suffer from trauma, legal challenges, intellectual developmental disabilities, and physical comorbidities.

Common struggles members have faced before coming to Project Transition include:

  • Parasuicidal behaviors or self-injurious/defeating behaviors
  • Complex and/or reoccurring legal challenges (probation/parole, or pending legal charges)
  • Difficulty sustaining familial or romantic relationships
  • Inability to successfully live independently in the community (homelessness, “couch surfing”)
  • Inability to control aggressive behavior or regulate emotions
  • Multiple psychiatric hospitalizations (voluntary or involuntary)

Examples of diagnoses that our Members face include:

  • Schizoaffective Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Personality Disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
  • Eating Disorder

Other symptoms and situations that challenge our members may include:

  • Co-occurring substance use disorder with drugs or alcohol
  • Trauma
  • Complex physical needs (such as Asthma, Diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome)

Member Profile for Systems of Support (SOS) Services


Members referred to Project Transition’s SOS Services are children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disability who also experience behavioral challenges that pose a risk to their safety and stability in the community. When a member has been found at risk and/or in crisis, Project Transition steps in to bridge the gaps of care that may be contributing to the triggers of crisis or failing to prevent it.

SOS members are:

  • Individuals whose past supports and treatment interventions have not been effective in preventing or stabilizing crisis
  • Those who have been determined by their insurance company as someone in need of more supports within their community because they are in and out of crisis cyclically
  • Those who have providers and loved ones who have been identified as needing training and/or consultation to support the individual effectively
Whether you want to learn more about Project Transition, share your story, initiate a referral, or arrange a visit, we encourage you to reach out to us.