Rebound – Transitional Living Program
Rebound is a 24-hour, community-based transitional living facility serving youth ages 17 – 20 who lack traditional families. Rebound works with the youth on employment skills, educational completion, money management and other life skills needed to become successful adults in the community. Counselors and peers reinforce newly learned acceptable behaviors, while helping youth recognize and deal with unacceptable behaviors. Rebound participants develop their own individual transitional living plans with an ultimate goal of achieving independence by age 21.
- Individual and family counseling
- Drug and alcohol treatment
- Psychiatric assessment
- GED preparation
- Assistance in college enrollment
- Assistance in seeking employment
- Budgeting and money-management training
- Conflict resolution and anger management Counseling
Who is Eligible?
Young men between the ages of 17 – 20 who lack traditional families.
There is no cost to young adults in this program.
One Hope United accepts referrals from the Illinois Department of Corrections, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, and various county probation departments.