- A minimum of 30 hours of a combination of school, work, and community service
- Goals and schedules turned into Case Manager
- Upkeep and cleanliness of the building and apartment
We work to provide guidance in each of our four transitional key points:
We use the TIP (Transition to Independence Program), which includes:
Upon entering the MLC program, each resident takes an independent living skills assessment that identifies their unique needs and skills. The results of this assessment help staff work with each resident to personalize their case plan, making it as beneficial and successful as possible.
As a result of our partnership with the Housing Development Corporation, our facility was entirely renovated from 2012-2013, specifically to house the Maryland Living Center program. Therefore, every apartment in the building gives the residents an independent lifestyle with a full kitchen, bathroom, living room, and bedroom.
By: Lauren Sawyer