Elizabeth Renteria-Holden, LCSW - Supervisor
Shannon Brister, BA, QMHA - Program Development Specialist
The population of people who are able to participate in this program may not fit such rigid criterion that is required to be met of other programs within our community. Our team will work to establish relationships with the young adults, their families, their perhaps “constructed families”, peers, and all available support systems. The young adults themselves will of play the biggest role in their own development and growth. Transitional treatment and intervention helps young adults to graduate school, continue education, establish; grow and maintain friendships, promote self discovery and independence, find and sustain meaningful employment, encourage positive home placement, living a healthy, positive life and being a confident and beneficial member of our community.
What Services Does YAT Offer?
- Family Support
- Outreach and Education
- Academic and Vocational Support
- Group Meetings
- Peer Support Network
- Employment Support
- Assistance of Adulthood Transition
- Empowerment of Under Supported Youth
Who Will Benefit From The Program?
Under supported youth experiencing mental illness that are involved with Juvenile Community Justice, Oregon Youth Authority, Department of Human Services, Homeless youth and youth will minimal natural supports.
Who Can Access YAT Services?
Residents of Deschutes County
How Much Does it Cost to Participate in YAT?
There are no fees for the YAT program, however there will be services billed to OHP or private insurance upon availability.
Contact us to arrange a consultation.