Parents’ Foundation for Transitional
Living, Inc. aims to help residents who have a mental
illness live in the community at the most independent
living level that is safely possible, with the supports
they need to do so.
To help residents succeed in community living,
Parents’ Foundation has two major programs
that offer residents varying levels of structure
and support. The programs are:
The Residential Living Center
The Supervised Apartment Program
(Click on the links below to learn
more about each program)
Residents who are new to Parents’ Foundation
join us in the
our group home – the Residential Living Center.
As residents stabilize and build skills, they transition
to our Supervised Apartment Program. Many continue
to progress and move out and live in their own apartment
in the community
Some residents stay in our in-house programs on
long-term or permanent basis and continue to benefit
from the support services provided.
Parents’ Foundation for Transitional Living,
Inc. promotes a resident’s recovery through
the individual’s integration in the community.
Our Broadway location offers residents easy access
to New Haven’s best:
providers & mental health centers
- medical treatment
- colleges and
- arts and music
- museums and
- sports and
coffee houses, shopping and
(including the New Haven Trolley!)
All residents can participate in our in-house Resident
Recovery and Enrichment Program. This program provides
opportunities to the residents to rediscover and
pursue activities of interest, fitness, and independent
living skill building.
Our diverse staff contributes to making Parents’
Foundation a warm, caring atmosphere where residents
are supported and encouraged as they make progress.
Please click on the program title below to learn
more about the...
Living Center and
Please visit our Contact
Us page to request more information
about our programs.