Our CARF accredited transitional services are led by certified professionals and are structured to address three broad areas of life experiences: applying what is learned in school to real world demands; developing workplace readiness, job acquisition, and retention skills; and providing opportunities in community employment, social engagement, and life skills.

Through a variety of community and classroom experiences, students will not only learn important skills, but will also have opportunities to practice them in real-life situations. Our community based work programs offers students, both paid and unpaid, opportunities to participate in community work experiences in diverse businesses.