The Progression

Participants not only learn about the how the decisions they are making about their substance use and abuse can harmfully impact their future, they also learn how to make decisions that will have a positive impact on their future lives.

This program is designed to help individuals look at challenging areas in their lives and the skills they need and want to develop so they can not only function but can thrive on a day-to-day basis.  This includes basic survival skills such as using the banking system, maintaining a checking and savings account, and understanding credit.

This also includes job seeking skills and what it takes to rent an apartment.  Some want to return to school or to obtain a GED. Some want to learn a particular skills or study a particular field of interest.  Some want to start their own business and want to learn entrepreneurial as well as business skills.

For some it is most important to find a job they like, that pays a good wage with good working hours. For many, our task will be to teach how to dream and to begin to plot a new path going forward.

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