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Resources for Transition Age Youth

Speaking of Hope

Created by young adults with lived mental health experience for young adults. It is a place to share helpful tools, inspire confidence, and connect with others in a safe, anonymous way.

The Transformation Center

Peer operated training, technical assistance and peer support networking organization. The Center seeks to transform policy and practice in communities and systems by facilitating the growth, well-being of people in all stages of mental health recovery from addiction and traumatic experiences.  

Transitions RTC

Transitions promotes the full participation in socially valued roles of transition-age youth and young adults (ages 14-30) with serious mental health conditions. They use the tools of research and knowledge translation in partnership with this at risk population to achieve this mission.

Transition Resources and Community Supports (TRACS)

Serving 16-to-25-year-olds who are currently in treatment for mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse issues.Focusing on family, relationships, education, employment, and other young-adult issues.  TRACS connects clients with mentors and peers who have shared similar experiences and can provide first-hand advice on overcoming challenges, gaining independence, and achieving success.

Young Adult Vocation Program and Peer Mentoring Project (Y.A.V.P.)

The Young Adult Vocational Program (YAVP) is a transitional program that provides daily structure for young adults with psychiatric disabilities. The program's mission of integrating the individual back into the community is accomplished through daily structured groups and individualized support.

Reach Hire

Reach Hire offers you a wealth of tools, advice, and resources designed to help you reach your dreams – for building a career, getting an education, and supporting yourself financially.


STEPS is a resource center for young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 who need a safe, supportive environment where they can get the help they need as they transition to independent living.


Tempo is a one-stop resource center for young adults ages 17 to 24. They focus on achievement, employment, schooling, healthy relationships, and practical skills to reach future goals. Young adults learn to be leaders, learners, workers, and role models.



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