SEMI-INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM (SILP)
The Semi-Independent Living Program (SILP) is a Pre-Independent Living model designed to assist young men between the ages of 16 and 20, with addressing their emotional and developmental needs in a stable, supportive setting. This program coordinates therapeutic, educational, vocational and counseling services as well as crisis intervention. Youth are placed in staffed apartments in the Providence area where they typically remain for up to one year. Youth in the SILP Program focus on expanding the skills they will need to live on their own. With the help of CFP staff members clients utilize community resources and develop long-lasting relationships.
New Currents serves adolescent males ages 16-20 with an array of sexualized behaviors. The program assists youth to transition safely to the community. Clinical supports are available to assist youth in preventing relapse behaviors.
Staff Secure provides highly supervised and structured living environment for young men between the ages of 13 and 20 who have wide range of emotional and behavioral needs. Clients and staff live together in apartments and work together to develop the life skills of each client. Staff provides a full range of case management services, and additional clinical support to assist youth in developing skills to live in less restrictive settings. Each client’s length of stay is determined by his progress.
The Transitional Living Program promotes the development of skills for youth, between the ages of 17-22, necessary to become responsible, productive adults. Youth are active participants in creating and planning their own treatment goals. Staff support the youth as they learn to recognize and reinforce their strengths and abilities in order to attain their goals.