Transition

Independent living, employment and educational resources for families and youth who are transitioning into adulthood.

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To provide services designed to enhance the ability of persons with disabilities to live more independently.

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1006 Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
United States

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Specialized Advocacy provides the opportunity to build independent living skills, social skills, and appropriate supports for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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P.O. Box 1223
Eugene, OR 97440
United States

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South Lane Wheels is not just for seniors. Anyone can ride! We are a public transportation system connecting people with where they want to go in South Lane County including Cottage Grove, Creswell, Dorena, Culp Creek, Saginaw, London, and Lorane. These rural communities are very fortunate to have the options of a low cost deviated fixed route, local and metro Dial-A-Ride services, plus group rides within FTA Charter Guidelines.

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1450 Birch Ave
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
United States

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SLLEA serves adults with higher functioning autism, working with them to achieve and maintain meaningful independence and self-sufficiency in their lives. Our comprehensive program of autism-specific direct supports, skills and social training, and use of self management technology is carefully designed to foster sustained personal growth and self-confidence across three pivotal adult transition areas: (1) Independent living, (2) Higher education, and (3) Career exploration and meaningful employment.

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P.O. Box 5236
Eugene, OR 97405
United States

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For more than 50 years, weve provided a safe, supportive, and inclusive place for health care, along with services to help the underserved and people experiencing homelessness achieve independence.

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1132 SW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97205
United States

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The purpose of the YTP is to prepare students with disabilities for employment or career related postsecondary education or training through the provision of a comprehensive array of pre-employment transition activities and supports.

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OR
United States

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MTFC is an alternative to placement in group/residential care settings or to incarceration or psychiatric hospitalization. In MTFC, youth are placed singly in well-trained and supported community foster homes. MTFC includes multi-level interventions in family, community, and school settings. Youth receive individual therapy, skill training, and academic supports. Their families receive family therapy.

Address:

1170 Pearl Street
Eugene, OR 97401
United States

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The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

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535 SE 12th Ave.
Portland, OR 97214
United States

Description:

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Address:

780 Commercial St. SE, STE 200
Salem, OR 97301
United States

Description:

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Address:

541 Willamette St., RM 408
Eugene, OR 97401
United States

Description:

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

Address:

724 South Central St., Suite 110
Medford, OR 97501
United States

Description:

The Commission for the Blind has the following program objectives in service to our mission: Helping Oregonians who are blind get and keep jobs that allow them to support themselves and their families, supporting Oregon businesses in hiring and retaining qualified job seekers who are blind in their workforce, supporting youth who are blind in the transition from high school into a career path/employment, training Oregonians in the alternative skills related to blindness such as adaptive technology, white cane travel, braille and activities of daily living, helping seniors and individuals with vision loss who are unable to work live with the highest levels of independence and self-sufficiency so that they can remain independent in their homes and active in their communities, licensing and supporting business owners who operate food service and vending operations in public buildings and facilities throughout the state;

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813 SW Highland Ave., Ste 102
Redmond, OR 97756
United States

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Our core purpose is to provide opportunities for youth and young adults to learn, grow, and experience success. Our programs focus on education, challenge, community, leadership and empowerment, giving youth critical life skills and confidence. NYC programs stress teamwork, inclusion, and leadership while promoting a solid work ethic and individual achievement. Youth leave NYC knowing that they can overcome obstacles, solve problems, make friends, and attain their objectives in life.

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2621 Augusta Street
Eugene, OR 97403
United States

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New Avenues for Youth is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention and intervention of youth homelessness. Since 1997, our programs and services have impacted more than 20,000 young people as they work to overcome barriers, pursue their goals, and realize their potential. From supporting basic needs like meals and counseling to providing opportunities for education, job training, employment, and housing, we meet youth where they areand help them get where they want to go.

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1220 SW Columbia Street
Portland, OR 97201
United States

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MENTOR Oregon Supported Living program offers assistance with independent living and provides opportunities to help people shape the direction of their lives.

Address:

517 Main Street
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
United States