The Center for Life Transitions 191 Church Rd, Bridgewater, NJ08807 The Center for Life Transitions is a non-profit organization with offices in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and in Bridgewater.…More The organization offers counseling, worshops, educational programs, retreats and Internet resources for individuals dealing with elder care and career transition choices. For program information and to learn about upcoming events, visit the Center for Life Transitions website or call its office directly.
Passages 16 4th Ave, Bridgewater, NJ08807 Passages Transitional Living Program is part of the Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children. It is a…More residential life-skills education program designed for young adults ages 16 to 21. Passages is designed to help those who plan to live independently in the community once they leave the program. Participants receive outreach and support as they work to lead productive and independent lives. Each year, the program helps more than 20 young people make a transition to live independently.
Pathways Independent Living Program 16 4th Ave, Bridgewater, NJ08807 Pathways Independent Living Program is designed to prepare youth in alternate care for living independently once they…More reach adulthood, while also supporting their re-entrance into the community. Pathways' focus is on life skills education and permanency planning to achieve those goals. The life skills curriculum to help these youth focuses specifically on employment, money management, community resources, communication and employment skills. The services provided through Pathways includes remedial education, transitional support counseling, assistance in obtaining higher education, assistance in obtaining employment, education assessment, vocational training and services to teen parents.
The Whitney House Transitional Living Program is another segment of the Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced…More Children. It serves as a residential program for young woman ages 18 to 21, and teaches them life skills education so they can live independently in the community. Those living there stay for up to 18 months to learn the skills they need to live on their own in the town.
As a whole, the Somerset Home for Temporarily Displaced Children, which has several different locations throughout Bridgewater, is a non-profit organization that provides services to youth and young adults who are at risk of homelessness or maltreatment. It provides assistance to those throughout Central New Jersey, and currently aids more than 500 children, teens and families with 70 staff members. The goal of the organization is to provide abused, neglected and homeless youth with housing, a stable environment and supportive services so they can become contributing members of society.