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Positive Access to Community Transition (PACT) is a weekly life skills class which assists young adults with disabilities between the ages of 14-25 to build or strengthen their independent living skills as they move toward becoming an adult

Many young adults and their parents may be thinking about or discussing questions such as:

~What do I do after high school?
~Am I able to live on my own?
~Do I need to apply for SSI/SSDI?
~How am I going to get around town?
~Do I know my rights and how to speak up for myself?
~Do I know how to manage my money?

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PACT is a FREE weekly life-skills class assisting YOUNG ADULTS with disabilities.

• Ages 14-25
• Budgeting
• Communication Skills
• Community Resources
• Decision Making
• Sex Education
• Goal Setting
• Personal Safety
• Time Management
• Stress Management
PACT meets every Tuesday afternoon from 3pm-5pm at Center for Independence

*NO TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED*

Contact Dagger or Mary for more information!!

970-241-0315
info@cfigj.org

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