Students in the Invest Transition Program will learn to manage their mental health needs and develop transition skills in order to maximize self-sufficiency and independence. Students will progress in transition skill development in the areas of education and training, employment, and independent living. This will be achieved through individualized interventions, transition related classroom instruction, community-based instruction, and post-secondary preparation, and community-based work experience. The benefits of positive choices and living a healthier, safer lifestyle are always stressed. Partnerships are developed with community based social worker, mental health, and vocational support services.