24-Hour Crisis Line : (217) 222-1166

24-Hour Crisis Line :
(217) 222-1166

Call Us : 217-223-0413

24-Hour Crisis Line :
(217) 222-1166

Flapjack Breakfast – December 1

Saturday, December 1st start your day with a pancake breakfast!  Transitions will be serving a pancake breakfast at Applebee’s between 8 AM and 10 AM.  Tickets are $5 and all proceeds will provide opportunities for adults who have an intellectual/developmental disability.  Breakfast includes pancakes, bacon, and a beverage!  Tickets are available by calling Jennifer Harvey…

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Transitions Parents as Teachers Recognized

Transitions’ Parents as Teachers (PAT) Program, a program that promotes the optimal early development, learning, and health of children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers, recently achieved Blue Ribbon Affiliate Status from Parents as Teachers International.  Transitions completed the PAT Quality Endorsement and Improvement Process and earned the highest designation – Blue Ribbon…

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Transitions Annual Dinner – November 7

Transitions will host its Annual Dinner on Wednesday evening, November 7th at the Quincy Holiday Inn, 4821 Oak Street in Quincy.  The evening will start at 6:00 PM with a social hour, followed by dinner and a brief program. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased by calling Jennifer Harvey at 223-0423, Ext. 348.  We…

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Volunteer Opportunities

Camp Sacajawea, located at 4220 Ghost Hollow Road is now open and the public can walk the nearly two miles of handicapped accessible trails from 8 AM – 8 PM.  We rely on volunteers to assist us in making the Camp accessible to the public.  Volunteers unlock the gate to the parking lot in the…

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Have You Recently Experienced a Mental Illness Involving Psychosis?

Transitions recently received a grant to assist those who have experienced a psychotic episode for the first time.  The grant will assist persons who have experienced their first psychotic episode within the past 18 months.  Services to be provided to persons served include:  therapy, case management, family psycho-education, peer support services, and individual placement and…

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