Bridging the transition through mentoring and parent support.
We Know Where You've Been and How To Help You Move Forward.
The 360 Transitions' Parent Coach provides the following:
Case management support throughout a family’s experience with the 360 program.
Weekly Parent Coaching support calls (scheduled calls as well as crisis availability).
Assistance in collaborating with the local therapist for coordinated treatment.
Collaboration and assistance with transition treatment planning for students returning home.
Assistance in integrating home services and support.
Instruction, feedback and support with home contracts and parenting skills.
Assistance translating the skills gained in treatment to the home environment.
360 Transitions' Mentor provides the following:
An introductory visit with the child either in the treatment program prior to his/her completion or a home visit if the student is already home or this is recommended by the current treatment team as the most effective way to begin the mentor relationship. During this initial visit specific strategies are set in order to better prepare for the challenges of transition.
Daily phone, texting and video conferencing support with the child.
Additional visit(s) with the child in his/her home environment.
Daily contact with the child for consistency of support as well as availability as needed with the Mentor for real time guidance and support.
Collaboration with local community-based resources.
Support and accountability with the ongoing treatment plan.
Assistance with life skills and organizational skills.
Assistance translating the tools learned in treatment to the home environment.
Who We Serve
Families across the country with an adolescent or young adult transitioning from any short-term or long-term treatment
Adolescents transitioning home following treatment
Young adults transitioning to home, college or independence following treatment
Families with an adolescent or young adult at home and struggling to adapt to life’s challenges