The United Way of Connecticut line for information services has expanded in order to better meet the needs of youth and young adults. With the help of community partners like CCEH and the Youth Action Hub, has collected feedback on how to tailor services to the younger population, including the creation of a youth services page. Age-specific programs and trauma sensitive services have been developed at both state-operated and private non-profit agencies throughout Connecticut to assist this population of young people with their successful transition into adulthood. Their treatment philosophy is based on the premise that young adults with psychiatric issues and their families can be assisted in achieving and maintaining stability if given appropriate recovery supports, guidance, education, treatment, and opportunity to develop skills.
Angelus House at Wellspring
Young Adult Services - Continuum of Care, Inc
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Young Adult Services
The SAIL model is designed to meet the needs of foster care youth age eighteen 18 and older who have proven they have the maturity level and life skills needed to live in a more independent setting. The average length of stay ranges from 6 months to 3 years and youth can live at SAIL until they are 23 years old, if they enter before their 21st birthday. Supportive staff are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Upon admission, each youth is assigned to a Case Coordinator who will help guide the youth from intake to discharge. Staff are cognizant of the impact that culture, race, and gender can have on process and outcomes.
Registration opens February 1st, No-nut snacks will be provided, though students must bring their own nut-free bag lunch. For more detailed information on why you should register for Young Adult Literacy Labs, click here. Week of June Little Lab for Big Imaginations provides aspiring young writers with the tools to improve their writing skills.