Beacon Transitions joins the Young Adult Transition Association
Beacon Transitions, a Residential Independent Living Program in Hendersonville North Carolina, is proud to announce the acceptance of their membership into the Young Adult Transition Association (YATA).
Regarding the decision to join YATA, Beacon’s Director of Business Development, Jake Harris said “As a young adult transition program, we have an obligation to our clients and families to engage in conversations aimed towards furthering our understanding of best practices and trends in the greater therapeutic community. We’re excited to collaborate with our partners and other organizations to provide the best possible experience for the young adults we work with.”
Since opening its doors in 2013, Beacon has been helping young adult men with learning disabilities develop and expand their toolbox of independent living skills with which to tackle higher education or vocational pursuits. Beacon hopes that by joining a consortium of programs dedicated to the same mission, it can continue to develop as an organization.
With over nine years of serving Young Adult men on the Autism Spectrum, Beacon Transitions, located south of Asheville, NC brings a novel, collaborative approach to helping their clients achieve targeted milestones of achievement. Using a community based method, Beacon and their professional partners have a proven record of dedication to excellence.
About Beacon Transitions
Beacon Transitions, an Independent Living Program located south of Asheville, NC brings a novel, collaborative approach to helping their students achieve targeted milestones of achievement. Using a community method, Beacon Transitions and their coalition of Mental Health Treatment Providers, Local Business Leaders, and educational professionals support Male-Identifying Young Adults develop the skills to live independently.