Transitional Development Center, Inc.
Is a 501
(c) non profit organization that is designed to provide, Life Skills Training and Behavioral Assistance and Education
Program. This program is designed to service "at-risk" adolescent ages 12-17 and
young adults, ages 18-22. The focus is on individuals who have had a history of
involvement with one or more of the major social institutions including DJJ, DFCS,
Foster Care, DMH and SA. Referrals will also be accepted from specialized educational
institutions and private entities that are legally authorized to secure and fund
Quilt Transitional Community Resource Enterprises
Quilt's Representative payee program is designed to help improve the community
tenure of persons with mental illness by ensuring that their basic needs, such
as housing, are met, Money Management, Bill Paying, Budgeting, Household
Advocates for Child and Adolescent Supervision and Empowerment Services
Was designed to provide
supervised visitation for families in need of support while weaving though many
challenges of life. We will provide families with education and support to promote
opportunities for children to have safe and conflict free access to both parents
through a continuum of services. Child and adolescent, supervision and empowerment
Quilt Transitional House with Multiple Services
goals of the program are to increase life and social skills, empower and educate
individuals on how to live independently, and to find permanent affordable housing.
This program is often the first step for anyone in need of housing while trying to
find a solution, direction and support to their situation.