Adult Living for Transitional Achievement
The goal of Adult Living for Transitional Achievement (ALTA) is to reduce recidivism by helping youths to successfully reintegrate into the community following out-of-home placement.
The program helps youths to:
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Skills Based Groups:Transition Support Services Workbook, resume writing/interviewing, job applications, finances, electrical, car repair, meal preparation, food purchasing, yard care and application for housing.
Vocational Training and Certifications: on-site employment skills in screen printing, carpentry, computer tech and other work related areas to include: Microsoft, Serve Safe, Food Handlers, OSHA, Fire Extinguisher, Flagger, Bicycle Collective, and certification for completion of any of the Evidence Based-Curricula noted above.
Education: is provided on-site through the local school districts.
Restitution/Work: ALTA residents will receive support from ALTA staff to pay restitution obligations or find gainful employment to help youths save funds for future needs such as college and independent living.
Clinical Support: In partnership with the Local Mental Health Authority, ALTA provides evidence-based therapy in substance use disorder for acute and ongoing therapeutic needs as indicated by assessment or as defined by the Utah Juvenile Court.
Family Involvement: ALTA encourages parents and families to play an active role in treatment through Child & Family Team Meetings, weekly updates and visitation.