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Waypointe’s unique transitional model, Learning Individualized Guidelines for Transitions or L.I.G.H.T., focuses on teaching participants how to approach, think about, and ultimately make transitions. More than skill acquisition, The L.I.G.H.T. Model provides individualized guidelines for making transitions – both small (getting out of bed) and large (going to college.)

At Waypointe, we use the Shared Decision Making Model to ensure that participants are not only involved, but also learning how to be a fully informed and active participant in shared decision making with their clinician. Shared Decision Making is an evidence-based approach established through the Informed Medical Decisions Foundation.

Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP®) is an evidence-based group intervention for young adults with mental illness. WRAP® guides participants through the process of identifying and understanding their personal wellness resources or wellness tools, and then helps them develop an individualized plan to use these resources on a daily basis to manage their mental illness.