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Keystone Hall’s Transitional Living Center is Thriving

On 03/21/2013

At Keystone Hall, we take a lot of pride in offering many different services  to help those struggling with addiction. One of those services is the Transitional Living Center, a 6-month residential program for homeless individuals in early recovery from substance use disorders.  Clients in this program receive substance use disorder treatment, case management, counseling, group support, education and help to achieve self-sufficiency.

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All residents of the Transitional Living Program receive employment assistance and job skills training to include resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search strategies.  Many obtain their GED, while others go on to achieve more advanced education, such as a Certified Nursing Assistant license.   A primary goal of the program is to ensure that graduates exit with stable housing and meaningful income, while maintaining sobriety.  All residents of the Transitional Living Center program complete a minimum of twenty hours community service. Many continue to help out at Keystone Hall post-graduation by joining our ‘alumni group’, helping others, and themselves,  gain and maintain independence.

Keystone Hall is so proud of those who started from the bottom and worked their way back to the top! We are honored to provide services that help individuals live in a sober environment while they work hard to obtain a better quality of life. We also can’t thank those enough who graduated the program and are encouraging others to live a sober life as well.

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, Keystone Hall can help. For more information on the Transitional Living Center and other services that we provide, please call (603) 881-4848 or e-mail hope@keystonehall.org.

If you would like to help other programs in Keystone Hall succeed, then please consider becoming a donor. The Cynthia Day Family Center is currently looking for in-kind donations. Items that are currently needed at the Family Center include:

  • Diapers Sizes 2 and 3
  • Baby Clothes (MUST BE NEW)
  • Games for Outside
    • T-Ball Set
    • Children’s Picnic Table

 

If you are interested in donating any of these items, please call Jennifer Ceballos (603)882-3616 x.1139

 

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