Together, participants and staff create a plan for transitioning to a successful life after treatment.
Participants work with a case management specialist to define goals for education, employment, and housing, and work towards making them happen.
Participants have the opportunity to practice job skills and learn how to search for, interview for, and obtain employment.
The WRC helps women eliminate barriers to education and employment and assists participants in securing a stable work or school situation.
Classes and support groups help participants and their families secure stable, drug-free housing.
Assistance is provided to address personal needs for participants and their families including
- Medical and chiropractic care
- Ongoing mental health care
- Dental care
- Clothing and toiletries
- Household furnishings