Youths up to 21 years old who are transitioning in or out of residential or psychiatric care centers can have difficulty finding help that meets their needs. Services can be hard for anyone to access, which is why we have made it our goal to make the process as simple as possible.
Through our TRECC program (Transitional Residential Enhanced Care Coordination) we assist you or your child as they return to their community of choice by providing you with easy access to valuable resources and creating a plan based on goals that matter to them.
Here’s how Connected Families NH can help your youth return to their community:
We Help Your Family Get Started
We are your guides, your allies, and your support system as you or your child transition from the current residence or facility. We’ll help you and your family identify your strengths and your most urgent needs to develop a transition plan that supports you or your child’s return into their community of choice.
The Next 3 – 9 Months Are Key
Over the next 3 to 9 months, your care coordinator will help you work with the professionals at the facility you already trust and manage referrals to other services that match your goals. Through this process, we will help you identify and connect with the resources needed for success. We’ll develop a transition plan as you work with one of our Peer Support Specialists, this is someone who has been through a similar experience and can help guide your path. These advocates are an invaluable resource to have on your team.
Prevention is More Powerful Than a Cure
TRECC isn’t intended to replace existing treatments, services, or therapies. Instead, we partner with you to access the available services that match your goals and needs. Our mission is to help your family build a strong foundation to minimize crises and ensure you’re not alone in this transition. We will work with you in developing a transition plan that addresses your youth’s needs.
Connected Families NH is dedicated to bettering your families lives by providing mental and emotional support through this transitional time in your youth’s life. To get started on the next chapter of your youth’s life, submit a referral.
About Connected Families NH
Funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Connected Families NH is a collaborative family-led program designed to improve the emotional health of children and young adults. We recognize the importance of emotional health and provide free, flexible services and support through our statewide and regional programs. Reach out or submit a referral to learn more about how Connected Families NH can help you. Connected Families NH is under the governance of Cheshire County. Connected Families NH is not an emergency service. Anyone experiencing a medical emergency or mental health crisis should contact 911.