Transition Age Youth (TAY)
Magellan Behavioral Health supports efforts by our providers, members, families, and concerned others to develop approaches and programs which assist our young adults as they transition to independence. See the following transition age links for information on this important topic.
- Project Everlast
Project Everlast is a statewide Nebraska grassroots effort that promotes using community resources to improve a youth’s opportunities and networks for housing, transportation, health care.
- Strength of Us
Increased national attention is being paid to the needs of transition-age youth and young adults living with mental health conditions. The time is long overdue. It is this need that led NAMI to collaborate with a group of young adults in creating strengthofus.org.
- TIP Transition to Independence Process
The mission of the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) system is to assist young people with emotional and/or behavioral difficulties (EBD) in making a successful transition to adulthood with all young persons achieving, within their potential, their goals in the transition domains of education, employment, living situation, and community life.
- National Center on Secondary Education and Training
NCSET seeks to increase the capacity of national, state and local agencies and organizations to improve secondary education and transition results for youth with disabilities and their families.
- Transition Aged Youth Community of Practice
The Technical Assistance Partnership's Transition-Aged Youth Community of Practice provides an opportunity for discussion, collaboration, and the exchange of ideas and resources related to transition-aged youth in system of care communities.
- Transition Coalition
The Transition Coalition provides online information, support, and professional development on topics related to the transition from school to adult life for youth with disabilities.