Residential Level I – transitional housing providing case management, counseling, childcare, life skills training. Residential Level II – trauma informed care, life skills such as Attachment, Self Regulation, Competency; substance abuse treatment, parenting, academics and career planing
Kathy Szafran – President and CEO
Residential Level I – must be enrolled in school and/or employed and be able to live with minimal supervision
Residential Level II – have FSIQ at about low average range, no psychiatric issues
Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.