Bridges


The CBTS Independent Living Program, or Bridges, is an additional service offered to those youth who are or may be preparing for their transition from adolescence into adulthood. Bridges utilizes Casey Life Skills assessments and curriculum, along with self-sufficiency enhancement activities to assist youth in developing the tools, resources, and skills necessary for a smooth transition to independent living.

Bridges


The CBTS Independent Living Program, or Bridges, is an additional service offered to those youth who are or may be preparing for their transition from adolescence into adulthood. Bridges utilizes Casey Life Skills assessments and curriculum, along with self-sufficiency enhancement activities to assist youth in developing the tools, resources, and skills necessary for a smooth transition to independent living.

Bridges


The CBTS Independent Living Program, or Bridges, is an additional service offered to those youth who are or may be preparing for their transition from adolescence into adulthood. Bridges utilizes Casey Life Skills assessments and curriculum, along with self-sufficiency enhancement activities to assist youth in developing the tools, resources, and skills necessary for a smooth transition to independent living.

Bridges


The CBTS Independent Living Program, or Bridges, is an additional service offered to those youth who are or may be preparing for their transition from adolescence into adulthood. Bridges utilizes Casey Life Skills assessments and curriculum, along with self-sufficiency enhancement activities to assist youth in developing the tools, resources, and skills necessary for a smooth transition to independent living.

Group Structure

Group Structure

Group Structure

Strength Based

The group will be a strength-based, cognitive-behavioral group, utilizing experiential activities to enhance learning and promote discussion of particular issues

Commitment

The group will meet weekly for 1.5 hours. Participants will be encouraged to attend 14 weeks with a minimum of 12 weeks required to graduate

Customized

Group will be coordinated as part of each person’s individualized treatment plan

Professional Supervision

Group will be facilitated by a mental health therapist and an independent living specialist

Strength Based

The group will be a strength-based, cognitive-behavioral group, utilizing experiential activities to enhance learning and promote discussion of particular issues

Commitment

The group will meet weekly for 1.5 hours. Participants will be encouraged to attend 14 weeks with a minimum of 12 weeks required to graduate

Customized

Group will be coordinated as part of each person’s individualized treatment plan

Professional Supervision

Group will be facilitated by a mental health therapist and an independent living specialist

Group Topics and Outcomes


Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Feeling identification and expression
  • Self-care/hygiene
  • Healthy relationships/boundaries
  • Strength identification
  • Money management/financial planning
  • Career planning
  • Coping skills
  • Meal planning/nutrition
  • Work/employment ethics
  • Academic planning
  • Health care/medical management

Outcomes include:

  • Youth will be administered an ACLSA upon entry and every 90-days following
  • Youth participating will create an individualized life-skills training plan based on the outcomes of the ACLSA
  • Each youth will demonstrate knowledge base and skills development on topics addressed
  • Each youth will participate a minimum of 12 weeks to successfully graduate and receive a certificate upon successful completion

Group Topics and Outcomes


Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Feeling identification and expression
  • Self-care/hygiene
  • Healthy relationships/boundaries
  • Strength identification
  • Money management/financial planning
  • Career planning
  • Coping skills
  • Meal planning/nutrition
  • Work/employment ethics
  • Academic planning
  • Health care/medical management

Outcomes include:

  • Youth will be administered an ACLSA upon entry and every 90-days following
  • Youth participating will create an individualized life-skills training plan based on the outcomes of the ACLSA
  • Each youth will demonstrate knowledge base and skills development on topics addressed
  • Each youth will participate a minimum of 12 weeks to successfully graduate and receive a certificate upon successful completion

Group Topics and Outcomes


Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Feeling identification and expression
  • Self-care/hygiene
  • Healthy relationships/boundaries
  • Strength identification
  • Money management/financial planning
  • Career planning
  • Coping skills
  • Meal planning/nutrition
  • Work/employment ethics
  • Academic planning
  • Health care/medical management

Outcomes include:

  • Youth will be administered an ACLSA upon entry and every 90-days following
  • Youth participating will create an individualized life-skills training plan based on the outcomes of the ACLSA
  • Each youth will demonstrate knowledge base and skills development on topics addressed
  • Each youth will participate a minimum of 12 weeks to successfully graduate and receive a certificate upon successful completion

Group Topics and Outcomes


Topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Feeling identification and expression
  • Self-care/hygiene
  • Healthy relationships/boundaries
  • Strength identification
  • Money management/financial planning
  • Career planning
  • Coping skills
  • Meal planning/nutrition
  • Work/employment ethics
  • Academic planning
  • Health care/medical management

Outcomes include:

  • Youth will be administered an ACLSA upon entry and every 90-days following
  • Youth participating will create an individualized life-skills training plan based on the outcomes of the ACLSA
  • Each youth will demonstrate knowledge base and skills development on topics addressed
  • Each youth will participate a minimum of 12 weeks to successfully graduate and receive a certificate upon successful completion

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  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

  • 801-268-4044

  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107

  • 801-268-4044

  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
  • 801-268-4044


  • 234 East 3900 South #1 Salt Lake City, Utah 84107
  • 801-268-4044