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Transitional Living

WSC Transitional Living Program provides stable, safe living accommodations to adult survivors of traumatic brain injury who can manage most daily activities but do require some assistance or supervision.  The goal of the program is improving independent living skills while achieving a balance between physical health and fitness, maintaining an organized environment, establishing healthy relationship patterns, building self-esteem and maximizing quality of life. This is achieved by providing normalized community living opportunities in conjunction with meaningful, constructive and therapeutic daily activities.  WSC Transitional Living program offers support, supervision and guidance to ensure that each resident can enjoy life in the least restrictive setting.

Programming emphasizes:

  • Individualized goal based service planning

  • Ongoing support services connected to mainstream resources

  • Physical health care needs being met

  • Independent living skills training

  • Meaningful vocational opportunities

  • Safe, stable living accommodations

  • Independent life skills training including basic budgeting, housekeeping, and food preparation

  • Effectively accessing resources

  • Social skills enhancement

  • Community integration

We offer multiple options to meet the needs of TLP residents; from our licensed residential group home, community-based living settings as well as providing companionship / caregiving services at an individual’s home.


“Keep your face always toward the sunshine, and shadows will fall behind you.”

- Walt Whitman


To learn more about our residential program and customized treatment plans, contact us:



The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is an independent, nonprofit accreditor of health and human services.  You face a variety of option when deciding what rehabilitation services to use and who should provide them. Accreditation is only given to the highest quality service providers who commit to continuous improvement and who focus on the unique needs of each person they serve. Accreditation is a sign of quality and should be an important consideration in your decision making.


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100 Summit St. 

Brighton, MI 48116





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