Clients identify their strengths and areas they want to work on as they are getting comfortable with independent transportation, time management, food shopping, preparing meals, and other life skills.
Clients engage with their transitional living peers and the wider community. They begin to help with meetings and meals for the transitional living program and start exploring activities and groups outside the program. Here, they are spend time with life skills coaches and vocational trainers.
3. Goal Setting
After working toward employment, volunteering, or continuing education, it’s now time to focus on some short and long-term goals. Here, clients get to check in with their treatment team to discuss the best options for moving forward. They can also rely on Colorado Recovery’s local community partners to help make those goals a reality.