Our goal is to provide successful outcomes by teaching children the skills needed to be reintegrated into a less restrictive setting and then supporting them throughout the transition process to ensure stability and success.

Success means making significant long-term behavioral changes in the students that will enable them to be successful in less restrictive settings. ¬†We don’t think moving students from one alternative program to another is success. Instead, we look at transition to less restrictive settings as a measures of outcomes.