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Learn about our LifeSet young adults and Intercept families. These are the lives that you have a chance to change.
Chris was turning 21 and had to leave the group home he had lived in for the last 11 years. Leaving the only home he had known and living on his own for the first time was scary for Chris, and he needed extra support to transition to living on his own. He was referred to LifeSet, which helped him build the skills he needed to live independently and successfully. Read his full story here.
Alex entered foster care when he was 17 years old and was confused and worried about his future. LifeSet helped Alex find the right path towards a successful future.
Regan aged out of foster care at age 18 and didn’t have parents to help her navigate the transition from teenager to adulthood. She was uncomfortable and unfamiliar with the life skills she would need to live independently and LifeSet helped her reach her goals.
Dylan became involved with the Department of Children and Families when he was 13. There was physical abuse at home, he quit school and moved several times between different relatives’ homes. Dylan worked with his LifeSet Specialist to gain independence and build stability for the future. Read his full story here.
“I’d be dead if she hadn’t come out.” It was 11:39 p.m. when Vicki’s mom Laura texted their clinical supervisor and asked to be taken to a crisis center in the morning. Laura was sitting with 195 pills, ready to take them all. Their supervisor drove to Laura’s house immediately and took her to the hospital. Read her full story here.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting 40 million adults, or 18% of the population, age 18 and older.
Julia is a 19 year old in our LifeSet program who has struggled with anxiety her entire life. In middle school, the signs and symptoms began to manifest physically and significantly impacted her life.
Read her full story here.
Staying mentally well this winter
Our Director of Clinical Services, Dr. Jacque Cutillo, shares tips on managing your mental health this winter.