Transitional Independent Living


I came to New Directions to get back on track

Student From Ohio

I have had difficulties with my family and school for a long time. I came to New Directions to get back on track. At first, I did not want to come. I didn’t want to participate in counseling. After being here for a few months I have accomplished more than I would have ever imagined. I am very thankful to the staff and have made some great friends. I have created a resume, and am now working for the first time. For once in my life, I feel I can live on my own and succeed. The life management training has helped me to feel more confident and organized about living. I also really enjoy the social activities with the other students. Dr. Rubin, Melissa, and Ms. Danielle are great. Thanks again.

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