Transitions programs/staff encourage and support individuals as they explore new opportunities which promote personal growth. They promote each individual’s choices – striving to provide needed supports, balancing risk with clinical judgment to ensure safety. Vocational staff offer assistance with job placement, supported employment, and job coaching.
Services offered through the various Transitions sites include Community inclusions activities, which are based on consumer interest and supported by Transitions Staff. In addition, program sites may support vocational placement, volunteer placement, educational experiences and leisure recreational experiences. Personal care, behavioral supports in a culture of gentleness, transportation, speech therapy, occupational therapy , nutrition services may be a part of the person’s daily schedule. Activities may be individual or group based experiences.
Transitions programs are operated and supported through Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled. Transitions programs provide assistance to adults with developmental disabilities in expanding life options through inclusion into community live. These expectations are achieved through skill building activities in program and community settings. The services are provided through skill building activities and are developed as part of the Person Centered Planning process. Goals and objectives are developed to address increasing independence and skills in identified areas. Activity development is built around new experiences, skill development, community integration, interpersonal skills and increased personal growth.
Transitions provides services in site based and community settings. There are program sites throughout Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties. Program sites differ in size and support consumers with differing levels of care.
The larger sites are located in Holt (Transitions-South) and Lansing (Transitions-North) and serve individuals with the most serious needs.
Smaller sites for consumers with more independence are located in St. Johns, Lansing, Charlotte, Grand Ledge and Mason.
Transitions-North provides opportunities for work training in a workshop and consumers throughout the CMHA-CEI area may also attend Peckham Vocational Industries for work training.
Transitions provides assistance with community job placement and supports through a program housed in Lansing—Transitions Employment Solutions.
Transitions Micro-enterprises offer assistance in concept development, business plan development, start up funding, staff supports and marketing of consumer business ventures.Learn More
Transitions Employment Solutions offers assistance in job seeking, job development, job coaching and job placement. Follow up services and supports can be provided. Learn More
Cost for Services
CMHA-CEI provides specialty behavioral health and substance use services for people who meet criteria for our service array. We accept Medicaid, Healthy Michigan Plan and other publically funded health insurance. Fees are assessed based on the client's ability to pay. A coverage determination will identify a person's ability to pay along with any public funding that might be available.
Please contact Access (1-888-800-1559 or 517-346-8318) for eligibility determination.
CMHA-CEI does not offer stand-alone psychiatry services.
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The mission of CSDD is to promote and support ongoing choices and opportunities for children and adults and their families to be full and equal citizens in the community.