youth

Road 2 Success

A person centered program designed to assist youth and young adults in overcoming barriers and challenges through a holistic and comprehensive approach to care.

Through the coordination of integrated services, Network 4 Change staff assist youth ages 16-29 in overcoming their personal and environmental challenges allowing for the opportunity to experience success in reaching personal goals.

As a program participant you have the opportunity to:

  • Experience Success
  • Build Self Esteem and Confidence
  • Life, Employment and Social Skill Enhancement
  • Positive Community Connection
  • Cooperative Self Management
  • Team Building Experience
  • Supportive Guidance

 

Making Connections

Students between the ages of 13-21 are directly referred by School Division student services teams and administration.  Making Connections is designed as a transitional program as students prepare to leave the school setting anticipating entering into the adult services day program after 21 years of age.  Alternative academic/life skills programming using close community-school-home partnerships.

This program provides an individualized alternative setting for individual education plan (IEP)accomplishment.  Students of the Making Connections Program benefit from a small facility with small staff to student ratio.

Making Connections participants are able to work on their academic material as well as establish a stronger base of life/independent living skills and pre-employment skill development.

Each participant has a complete plan of care developed focused on short and long term goals with strategies implemented to achieve them complimenting their IEP.

At age 21 students graduate from the program and have the option to continue with their day to day program by entering into the Network 4 Change Healthy Independence Program.