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Youth Transition Services

Providing youth with tools to ensure a successful transition into adulthood and independence.

Disability Advocates is offering an engaging, interactive program to help youth with disabilities learn, practice, and discuss independent living skills in a safe and comfortable environment.

Independent Living Program

  • Skills that give youth the confidence during the transition process.
  • Housing Search
  • Meal Planning
  • Financial Management
  • Organizing
  • How to Deal with Roommates
  • Social Skills
  • Health Management
  • Budgeting

Employment Readiness Workgroup

  • Tools needed for today’s ever-changing work environment.
  • Resume Building
  • Networking Skills
  • Interview Tips & Mock Interviews
  • Team Building Skills
  • Job Search
  • Workplace Accommodations

For more information about enrolling your student Contact Youth Transition Services

Get Involved

Your support can help in many ways. You can donate money or donate your time by volunteering. We greatly appreciate any support you can give. Click through to learn more about the different ways you can help support people with disabilities. Donate >

Have Questions?

Our highly qualified staff is ready for any questions or concerns you might have. Please do not hesitate to let your voice be heard, because when it comes to making a difference in yours or your loved ones lives, change starts with you.Contact >

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Disability Advocates of Kent County.


3600 Camelot Dr. SE Grand Rapids, MI 49546

(616) 949-1100