MADO Healthcare’s 120-day Transitional Living Program supports individuals who can benefit from a setting designed to enhance the practice of independent living skills and facilitate community integration and greater independence.
- The program focuses on self-management of medication, financial planning and life skills.
- Clients participate in both individual and group counseling and education.
- Clients participate in pre-employment activity and are partnered with community support organizations.
- Peers share a common living space and kitchen.
- Clients practice independent life skills such as laundry, shopping, cooking and general housekeeping.
TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
- Adults who are at least 18 years of age
- Persons living with a primary diagnosis of a serious mental illness
- Persons who may also be living with one or more chronic physical health challenges and/or a substance use disorder
- Persons eligible for MADO Healthcare services must be a Medicaid or both Medicaid and Medicare recipient, or a private pay client.