• Community Living and Recovery

    We provide members services through a unique model featuring therapeutic communities that thrive within apartment complexes with the goal of reintegration into the community at large

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  • Member Profile: Who Do We Serve?

    It's not about a medical chart, it is about a person. We embrace members with Serious Mental Illness who may also struggle with a co-occurring disorder, Intellectual Developmental Disability, and/or trauma

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  • Discover Your Life Worth Living

    Person-centered clinical treatment and recovery coupled with residential
    supports for individuals with recurrent mental illness

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  • Systems of Support in Tennessee

    The leading service provider to children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disability who also experience behavioral challenges that pose a risk to their safety and stability in the community

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We offer long-term behavioral health supports and services for individuals who have a history of serious mental illness (including dual diagnosis) who desire a future that is meaningful, living in the community on terms they define. 


Admissions Process

At Project Transition you are not a patient, you are a member of a community. You are not a statistic defined by a chronic mental illness; you are an individual with an enduring condition who can learn to function, cope, and recover with the right setting and tools.

You are a person who when provided with a member-centered treatment and recovery plan, can achieve your life worth living. 

Project Transition utilizes a psychiatric rehabilitation model, employing a "hands-on" approach to building coping skills, whether it is through the classic "Traditional Program" (Residential Mental Health services) or Systems of Supports (SOS) Services.

We offer Residential Mental Health services in Pennsylvania and Tennessee, and SOS services statewide in Tennessee. 

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Utilizing the combination of reality-based interventions, individual and group support sessions, and frequent community meetings, Project Transition places a strong emphasis on therapeutic community. 

Treatment is multi-faceted and clinically focused, which can include:

  • Full integration of psychiatry, therapy, behavioral supports, and recovery that is tightly coordinated with physical healthcare providers

  • Evidence-based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Psychiatric Rehabilitation, Family Engagement, and Positive Behavior Supports

  • Educational, vocational, and WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan) supports

  • Behavioral Health Stabilization services

  • Recovery track for members with substance use disorder

  • Competency-based, milestones-driven achievements such as work readiness, community reintegration, capability to self-manage medications, finances, recovery, and personal relationships

  • Direct support for providers and caregivers of members who have been identified as needing training and/or consultation to support the individual effectively 

Admissions Process