Life Skills Program for Young Adults from Texas

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At The Crossroads (ATC) is a premier Life Skills Program helping struggling young adults from Texas with Independent Living Skills for the transition to adulthood. The top Life skills training programs in Texas typically focus on helping struggling young adults between the ages of 18 to 25. These young people are experiencing self-defeating behaviors that are preventing them from successfully transitioning into adulthood. Comprehensive, in-depth programs, like At The Crossroads, offer life skill training designed to prepare young adult men and women to make positive life decisions. Parents, if you have an adult child from Texas who is struggling to launch, call At The Crossroads (ATC) at (866) 439-0354. Our job is to coach you regarding your next step.

Although At The Crossroads may be located outside the state of Texas, ATC accepts young adults from all over the country. Many young men and women from Texas have chosen to relocate to our location in Southern Utah to attend ATC, and successfully learn the life skills necessary to make the transition to adulthood. We are located in the perfect place to "take time out" to learn the essential life skills needed to be self-supporting successful adults. If you are set on finding an Independent living program in Texas, we can assist you in making a recommendation.

Unfortunately, sometimes vital Life preparation skills needed by young men and women entering adulthood were not acquired during adolescence. Young people in this category may have learned by "trial and error", with devastating effects. "Life skills" refer to the skills every adult needs in order to live a "quality life." Life skills are intended to guide us in living functional lives, where we accomplish our dreams and live up to our full potential. If your young adult from Texas requires life skill development, then consider contacting ATC.

Take action now and give At The Crossroads a call at (866) 439-0354. We can help!

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Life Skill Training Programs, such as At The Crossroads, typically include personal development training. This type of training involves effective communication skills, interpersonal skills (anger management and dealing with stress), time management, personal appearance, and money management. Money management is a significant issue. It usually includes skills training on credit building, proper use of "credit" (best practices), paying monthly bills on time, managing a checking account and saving money.

ATC - Students seeking education at independent living home for young adultsAnother important life skill is the ownership of personal property, as an automobile (this typically includes maintenance of cars and insurance). What's more are the personal life skills such as, medical and health insurance, signing a lease for an apartment or home, and picking the right roommates. In addition, there is job preparedness, finding and keeping a job, creating resumes, job interview practice, career guidance, and paying taxes and filing tax returns. ATC clients receive these types of training and more.

What about education?

It takes skill to apply to college and get financial aid. You have to be patient, tenacious, and thorough. A college experience can change the direction of one's life. To fail to attend college due to a failure to navigate the application process would be sad. In addition, good students learn to balance the demands of school, work, and social activities. We teach "balance" in all aspects of life to the clients of ATC. Is your young adult able to apply to college and balance academics and social activities? If not, consider the ATC program as the place for him or her to learn these skills.

Additionally, there are more life skills that are important to learn... shopping for groceries, cooking, learning about good nutrition, physical fitness, and balancing social events with obligations and responsibilities. Finally, there is creating/managing a budget for expenses, such as rent, food, utilities, clothing, recreation. Students from Texas can come to ATC and learn these skills and return home to flourish.

Transitional Living Program & Life Skills Training

At The Crossroads is a therapeutic Transitional Living facility with programs for struggling young adults coming Texas. Our services are designed to teach life skills and personal growth through a combination of education, restructuring, and therapeutic intervention. At The Crossroads provides behavioral and emotional counseling as well as academic support with opportunities to work. We reinforce self-discipline and build self-respect while developing a positive self-image.

We are aware that in order for our program to have a positive impact we must help our clients get the vocational training they need. With this in mind, we work with every young adult in our program to help them attain the unique professional training required to meet their specific career goals.

Parents in Texas, if you are seeking professional help for your adult child, please know that they can soon be on their way to recovery by attending At The Crossroads. It is our recommendation that you consider sending your adult child to Utah.

To put it frankly, our program changes lives, and it works. For this reason, our location is the last thing you should consider. As a matter of fact, part of the reason we are successful is that we are located in a safer nurturing place than the environment in which our young adults hale from.

If your adult son or daughter has not achieved the independent lifestyle, they are capable of living, ATC is the answer. We recommend that you do not wait until his or her situation has become so bad that it can't be restored. If your child and family have suffered, and you are desperate, contact us.

Please call At The Crossroads at (866) 439-0354 to speak to our Admissions Specialist and start on a path of restored hope with life skills training through therapeutic transitional living. We can help!

More resources for parents of troubled young adults from Texas

Institutes of Health (NIH)

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)

National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

Resources for Parents in Texas:

Mental Health America of Texas (MHAT) - They are the biggest and longest-serving mental health direction and support group in the State of Texas. Their proactive, aggressive path to mental health issues has been assisting Texans with addressing mental health concerns by opening minds since 1935. As long as mental illness reaches even one of us, it provokes us all. This organization works tirelessly to help people live significant, and meaningful, happy lives.

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Texas (NAMI-TX) - NAMI Texas devotes itself to developing the quality of life of all individuals living with mental illness and their families. The concept of NAMI Texas is to assure acceptance of and treatment for all those with mental illness to promote recovery. NAMI Texas has a diversity of teaching and assistance programs aimed to individuals living with mental illness, family members, friends, professionals, other stakeholders, and the community at large to address the mental health needs of Texans.

Failure To Launch Programs In Texas

Here At The Crossroads, we recognize that one circumstance doesn't apply to all families. Because of this, we are committed to the supervision of each child's requirements, and we do this with precision and care. To get more information about fees, services, and enrollment, call At The Crossroads at (866) 439-0354 today.

Important facts that parents should know..

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