Waypointe is a uniquely designed program that focuses on addressing four essential domains to form a cohesive and individualized plan of care: mental health treatment; educational and vocational guidance; psychosocial integration; and health, nutrition, and wellness. In addition to focusing on these domains, our individualized and holistically-based program promotes a healthy transition into a successful, independent lifestyle. Throughout their stays at Waypointe – which can vary in length based on the individuals’ needs – participants develop a wide variety of life skills and a deeper understanding of themselves and what it means to be a part of a community.
Our team of experts works collaboratively to create an Individual Treatment and Transition Plan (ITTP) for each Waypointe resident as part of our Learning to Transition Model. These ITTPs are based on the individual’s strengths, skills, and interests, while taking into consideration any obstacles, such as mental health or substance use issues. At Waypointe, we work to provide our participants with tools that allow them to re-engage with their roles as young adults. The careful marriage of mental health treatment and residence-based life transition services provides meaningful and practical support as the participant progresses into new levels of autonomy, and establishes a strong foundation for successfully managing future transitions.