Connecticut Adult Family Living (AFL) Program - adult living program

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Transition and Independent Mental Health Living Programs | adult living program


Program Description Adult Family Living (AFL)—also known as Caregiver Homes of Connecticut—is a program that helps frail elderly individuals to remain living in private homes instead of moving into assisted living communities or nursing homes.

New Directions for Young Adults, or NDFYA, is a transitional independent living program that helps young adults get on the road to a healthy independent life. We are dedicated to helping young adults achieve their short and long-term life goals.

There are also gap year programs for young adults living with mental, behavioral, emotional or learning challenges. These programs help these youth learn life skills and how to live independently while managing their unique challenges. Gap year programs can help new adults discover their passions and educational/career aspirations.

About the Adult Family Living Program This important program has only been available in Connecticut for a few years. It allows seniors another option to deal with the daily challenges of aging. The program provides the support needed to age-in-place with the assistance of a principle caregiver that lives Location: 74 S. Broad Street, Meriden, 06450, CT.