Providing program models of housing communities supported by research and best practices to ensure better and safer young adult transitions.
Models may include shared, semi-independent, and independent housing with a variety of supports based on individual needs.
Encouraging new skills, making positive life choices and integrating into the local community. Reducing secondary behaviors such as drugs, alcohol abuse, depression, anger and anxiety. These are not a part of FASD and are preventable.
Skill building will include:
- Household management cleaning, shopping, and meal preparation
- General self-care
- Participation in the local community
- Build meaningful relationships and social skills
- Cultivating appropriate leisure and recreational activities