A Resource for the Re-entry Population of Greater Worcester

Center for Living & Working, Inc.

484 Main Street, Suite 345 Worcester, MA 01608
Phone: 508.755.1782
TTY: 508.755.1003/ VP: 508.762.1164
Contact: Krista Rancourt
508)762-1165 (video phone)

Transition to Adulthood Program (TAP)

Services:
Preparing disabled youth to transition to the community and have greater independence. Services are available in English yet , interpreters can be provided if needed for certain languages.

Through this MRC state-funded program CLW provides IL services to Chapter 766 eligible youth to prepare them for transition to adult services.  Participants are between the ages 14- 22 and may have a significant disability of any type.  The goal of the TAP Program is to prepare youth with all disabilities, including physical, cognitive, sensory or emotional limitations, for their transition to the community and greater independence through the adult human services system.

Eligibility and additional information:
This is a free service program. All youth between the ages of 14 and 22 who have a significant disability of any type are eligible.

For additional information please visit us at: http://www.centerlw.org

 

Support Groups:

Types of Group: In addition to the Transition to Adulthood Program, the Center for Living & Working, Inc also has a support group for deaf parents called Dead Parenting Group.

Services: Support group for deaf and hard of hearing parents at no cost. Transportation and childcare is available if requested ahead of time.

Eligibility and scheduling:
Must be a deaf or hard of hearing parent. Must call for dates of program.

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