We understand the unique needs of young people who are struggling with mental illness. Our youth mental health programs provide the care, supports, and education needed to help youth transition into adulthood successfully and lead healthy, independent lives.
Healthy Transitions Program
In partnership with the Maryland Department Health & Mental Hygiene and the University of Maryland’s Evidence Based Practice Center, Humanim’s Healthy Transitions program helps young people who are struggling with mental illness to successfully transition into adulthood. By providing individualized services that are unique to the needs of young adults with mental illness, youth are able to become more independent and self-sufficient, and be successful in the community. Services include:
- Employment and Education Assistance
- Illness Management and Recovery
- Housing and Residential Services
- Life and Social Skills Instruction
- Financial Management and Budgeting
- Substance Abuse Services
- Connection to Community Resources and Supports
Transition Aged Youth Program
The Transition Aged Youth Program is a specialized program designed for young-adults (18-25) who are struggling with mental illness. The program provides housing and specialized supports to help the young adult transition from their parent’s home, foster care, or a residential treatment center into the community. The program emphasizes building self-reliance, problem-solving skills, educational and vocational development.