Independent Living Programs For Utah Young Adults

Who do Independent Living Programs for Utah Young Adults help?

Young adults from Utah struggling with a variety of issues, problems, and behaviors find the support they need at independent living programs for clients over the age of 18. These programs empower young adults with the skills, education, and experience to achieve independence and success. With so many options for transitional or independent living programs, it is important to find the appropriate fit. Local options in Utah may not be the best fit–and that’s okay! Many young adults find it more beneficial to go to a new place to experience success, as new environments help them improve their self-efficacy and increase their self-esteem. Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, Journey Home Young Adult is an independent living program for young women.





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Journey Home Young Adult works with teens ages 18-23 who are in need of extra support after transitioning out of a residential treatment program. Our clients are seeking a nurturing environment in which they can build and grow independent living skills that will help them launch into a successful adulthood.

Clients at Journey Home Young Adult are teens who have started their journey towards gaining self efficacy, emotional development, and self confidence. At Journey Home Young Adult, clients create self set goals in areas like vocational/career choices, relationship skills, and academics. The teens we help are hoping to build and make positive strides in their emotional, mental, and physical health.

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Women from Utah and all over the United States have found a new home at our program, even though we are located in Utah. Journey Home Young Adult helps teens who have completed a previous treatment program and are hoping to continue to refine their skills and develop new independent living skills at our program. By working with a very specific age group, teens ages 18-23, we have been able to design our program to meet the unique needs of this population. We integrate multiple aspects of young women’s development into our comprehensive program. If your young adult from Utah sounds like the type of client we work with, please call (801) 444-0794 today to learn more about Journey Home Young Adult.

Why Choose Journey Home Young Adult?

As a leading independent living program for young adults, Journey Home Young Adult is located in Utah and works with teens from Utah and across the country to find support and healing during the transition into adulthood. The size of our program creates a nurturing community and allows us to meet the individual needs of each young woman. We allow our students to define their own version of success and pursue their own path, as success depends on context and culture.

Our independent living program can be personalized to meet the individual needs of our students, as we have a small student body of 10-11 young women. As we consider each student’s individual needs in our small program, we empower them to pursue their individual interests. As young adults, our students deserve to have the flexibility to make choices and decisions for themselves. Our program is designed to allow for this flexibility with day-to-day decisions.

Although we may be a small program, we offer a variety of opportunities for young adults from Utah. The individualized attention and support means we are there every step along the way – starting on day one. From smaller fears to bigger decisions, our mentors are here to help. By developing meaningful relationships with every student, we can truly understand what their future goals are. If you think this individualized approach in an independent living program could be right for you or your young adult from Utah, please call (801) 444-0794 today to learn more about Journey Home Young Adult.

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