Transition To Independence – TIP
Teens and Young Adults
TIP is a community based program to support teenagers and young adults transitioning into adulthood while managing the additional complexities of mental illness. This intensive program helps bridge the gap between the youth and adult mental health systems.
Utilizing a best practice model, The Transition to Independence Process (TIP) Model , emphasis is placed on supporting completion of high school/vocational programming, seeking and retaining employment, and establishing self-sufficiency.
Community support services help young adults make informed choices about life opportunities and services, ensuring timely access to needed assistance, providing opportunities for self-help activities and coordinating all services to meet their individual goals.
The Transition to Independence Program is available to youth ages 14-24 (age varies by county).
Butler County:Ages 16-24
Hamilton County: Ages 16-22
Other Counties we serve include: Clermont County, Montgomery County, Preble County and other surrounding counties in the Cincinnati & Dayton Areas.
Our Transition to Independence Program Provides:
- Mental Health Counseling
- Pharmacological Management
- Psychiatric Services
- Health Care Coordination
- Life Skills Training
- Development of Personal Choice & Social Responsibility
- Housing Guidance & Support
- Transportation Guidance & Support
- High School Support & Retention
- Assessment of Education and Career Interest, Abilities, and Skills
Job Placement Skills
- Job Search Skills & Assistance
Your personal transition facilitator will help you access the services necessary to build on your current abilities, gain new skills, and achieve the confidence you need to transition into adulthood successfully.