How We Help

Journey Home Young Adult is a transitional living program designed to meet the specific needs of young women ages 18-23. Our inviting, home-like setting provides a 6-12 month program that combines therapeutic support with greater freedoms and responsibilities, ideally with clients exploring educational or occupational pursuits. We provide key therapeutic services, supports, and interventions. These include:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Independent living skills training
  • Academic support services
  • Activity/recreational services
  • Life coaching
  • Health/fitness coaching
  • Community mentorship services
  • Psychiatric services

Your treatment plan will be individualized and customized to meet your needs, advance your goals, and help you lead a happier, more productive life. With all of these services, we focus on our Five Core Principles to guide our whole-person approach to growth and development. These provide the foundation for the rest of the work while at Journey Home Young Adult. The Five Core Principles include specific skills and goals for each student to strive toward, with bi-weekly treatment team meetings to assess progress and provide feedback. This comprehensive approach provides the structure, support, and mentoring for young women to move on from Journey Home Young Adult as empowered young women, ready to successfully launch into their lives.

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5 Core Principles

Journey Home Young Adult provides a nurturing, sober-living environment with a supportive community. Our relationship-based programming helps client with therapeutic support, life skills refinement, and personal growth. See below for more information on how we do this with our Five Core Principles:

  • Mental, emotional, and spiritual health
  • Physical care and exercise
  • Relationships / social interactions
  • Developing skills, interests, and hobbies
  • College academics
  • Vocational / career skills
  • Financial (budgeting, balancing check book, saving)
  • Daily Living (chores, cleaning, hygiene, etc)
  • Shopping
  • Cooking
  • Organization
  • Time management
  • Job searching skills
  • Task completion
  • Planning and time management
  • Keeping commitments
  • Positive recreational activities
  • Community service
  • Dating
  • Healthy socialization & group activities