EMRC Residential Rehabilitation Program (RRP) provides housing and supportive services to Transitional Age Youth (TAY). The program is designed to ensure flexible services which would respond to the current needs of the client. These services promote the clients’ ability to engage and participate in appropriate community activities. Services are centered around areas of personal needs such as medication monitoring, independent living skills, symptom management, stress management, relapse prevention planning with linkages to employment, education and/or vocational services, crisis prevention and other services that will help with the individual’s recovery. Living in a supportive environment enables the clients to develop the daily skills needed for independent functioning. EMRC’s residential houses are in the local community and offer a home-like environment. The program provides goal directed psychiatric rehabilitation and integration into community life. Our team of professionals support individual’s development of independent living skills and attainment of independent housing of their choice.   All services are designed to provide flexibility which ensures a provision of services which responds to the current needs of the client.