TAY is a program specifically geared towards young adults ages 18 – 22. The program focuses on young adults that are experiencing a major life transition and also have a desire to pursue educational and/or occupational goals. The Transition to Independence (TIP) model is an integral part of the approach within the program. TIP concentrates on helping young adults with engagement strategies, guiding self-discovery, and building a team of supports that the young adult can utilize while working towards their personal goals. These young adults are supported in their journey into adulthood by the utilization of the Individual Placement and Supports (IPS) model of supported employment. TAY encourages any young adult with a desire to pursue education or vocational goals and work towards mental health recovery to participate in the program. TAY also provides mental health services in conjunction with the IPS and TIP model. Young adults can participate in skills training, medication services, counseling, and group opportunities.