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"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek."

~Barack Obama

LENA Maternal Transitional Living



The housing program is implemented to help mothers transition from supervised living to independent living or another appropriate living arrangement. Residents will have roommates to strengthen social and communication skills, conflict resolution, and healthy relationship building. They will learn to work together and rely on each other for moral support.


The mentoring program will provide assistance in finding and maintaining employment as well as professionalism. Educational goals will also be implemented. The program will work on improving their well-being and self-sufficiency by enhancing skills that will lead to independence.

Exit Strategy

Case managers work with the mothers in setting realistic goals. They will discuss the determination of financial resources and stability along with child care and additional assistance before they're released from the program.

Transition Period

Residents can expect constant changes while going through the transitional period. Case managers will work with the residence to determine their plan for housing, insurance, education, employment, and other supportive services available. The residence will be given guidance to assist them in graduating from high school and possibly applying for college.

Angels Reunited Mentor Program

Objectives include meeting bi-weekly with the mentee while volunteering together and participating in social events as the mentor helps the mentee achieve life goals and milestones and also offering advocacy.

Mentor Skills and Knowledge

  • Active listening and a non-judgmental approach
  • Sensitivity and understanding
  • Calmness and patience
  • Effective communication


  • Develop mentoring relationships
  • Address issues and concerns with parent(s) or guardian(s)
  • Develop achievable action plans
  • Maintain up to date reports
  • Collaborate with a professional team (teachers, social workers, psychologists, etc.)

Areas of focus

  • Diversity and cultural sensitivity
  • Parent/Child conflicts
  • Boundary/Limit setting
  • Goal-setting
  • Problem-solving
  • Self-identity
  • Communication

College and Employment Preparatory Program

College Preparatory Program assists with the following:

  • Time management
  • Successful study habits
  • Independence 
  • Organization
  • Self-discipline
  • Self-motivation

Employment Preparation Program assists with the following:

  • Assessments

Used to determine employability, emotional and personal barriers, skills, and work history and experiences.

  • Resume and Cover Letters
  • Job Searching Techniques
  • Interviewing Skills

Letter of recommendation provided upon completion.

Mental and Behavioral Health Treatment Program

Angels Reunited Behavioral Health offers a number of day treatment programs and services for children and youth ages 6 to 17 years old. Our programs provide a safe and healing environment for your child to work through mental and behavioral health symptoms that cause problems in the home, at school, or in the community.

Adolescents Day Treatment Program (ADTP)

ADTP is a day treatment program for youth ages 12 to 17 years old. ADTP provides support and therapeutic services for youth who are struggling with depression, anxiety, oppositional behaviors, anger management issues, and other associated symptoms. The program focuses on keeping these youth positively engaged with their families and communities.

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

DBT is the structure for our day treatment program for youth ages 12 to 17 years old. DBT provides support and therapeutic services using DBT-based interventions. This program is geared toward youth who are struggling with depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self-harm, and other associated symptoms. DBT is generally longer than our other day treatment programs and youth generally spend at least several months in treatment.

Acute Extended Services (AES)

AES is an after-school program for children ages 6 to 12 years old. AES is not a full-day treatment program and runs from 2:45 pm to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday. 

Intensive Day Services (IDS)

IDS is a day treatment program for youth ages 6-12 years old. IDS provides support and therapeutic services for our younger clients and, like our other day treatment programs, is designed to prevent placement in higher levels of care (like the hospital or residential treatment). Because of the different developmental levels of our clients, they are placed into one of three groups depending on their age. This ensures that they are in treatment with children who are similar in age and development.

Behavioral Therapy Unit (BTU) – School-Based Services

Behavioral Therapy Units serves children who have profound mental health issues that qualify as SED and special education services. The program is like a day treatment model and serves elementary-aged school children. Unlike our other day treatment programs, enrolling a child in one of our BTU programs requires a special referral from the school. That process is entirely managed by the school districts.

Children and Youth Outpatient Treatment

Angels Reunited Integrated Clinic

AR clinicians offer care focused on the mental and behavioral health of adults, families, and children utilizing evidence-based practices (EBP). AR clinicians offer care focused on assistance with:

~ children

~ parenting classes

~ evidence-based trauma treatment

~ School-Based Services

AR Intensive Outpatient Program (ARIOP) is a structured therapeutic environment that meets 3 to 5 times a week for 3 to 4 hours each day and typically runs for 5 to 8 weeks. 

AJ's Youth Basketball Camp (ages: 7 to 12).

AJ's youth basketball camp welcomes both young girls and boys to participate in our 4-week skill-building program. Participants will learn basic basketball skills and on-court athleticism while interacting with peers and learning to support one another as a team. The youth will learn to pass, dribble, shoot, defense, and scrimmage. 

Sand Play Time

Angels Reunited offers sand play for toddlers to strengthen social skills, problem-solving, and language skills. During sand play, the children will learn to take turns and collaborate with others.

Exceptionally Extraordinaire is a sister organization of Angels Reunited that focuses primarily on medically fragile children. Our goal is to offer the children and families support while spreading awareness through Navi's own personal journey with Trisomy 13.

Health and Wellness Preventative Care

We have skilled professionals available to take primary vitals to promote preventative care. Our purpose for offering routine vital sign monitoring is to detect early signs of underlying health conditions that interfere with daily life or activities.

We do not offer medical services and recommend you seek assistance from your primary care physician or a healthcare professional for follow-up care.

Meet Our Board of Directors

Each of our members brings something unique to the board. We all share the same passion when it comes to serving the community. Angels Reunited is blessed to have such hard-working intelligent board members. 

Executive Director

Tashana Jones, M.S., M.A., MFT-Intern

Board member

Julia Brathwaite, BSN, RN


Quincy Spencer, M.A., MFT-Intern

Secretary & Treasurer

Jennifer Jones, CNA

Vice President

Oriana Chun, BHS

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