The journey to independent living
Cornerstones of Maine is a clinically-driven transitional living program designed to assist men, women, and gender nonconforming young adults (ages 18 to 28) in their journey to becoming independent. Our program provides a therapeutic, resident-centered approach that gives structure and support based on each resident's individual need.
Through transformative therapeutic work and individualized and group support, our residents works towards independent living. Our individualized program includes professional development, academic reengagement, and character building experiences that teach a myriad of skills and create pathways for successful life habits. These experiences, along with enrichment opportunities, promote emotional growth, personal value, and life purpose.
What we work with
• Mood disorders
• Anxiety disorders
• Academic struggles
• Lack of motivation
• Executive functioning deficits
• Interpersonal skills deficits
• Educational challenges
• Isolation and loneliness
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
• Attachment issues
• Family relationship problems
• Poor self-image
The path to independence
The core mission of our program is to help young adults on the path towards independence and autonomy. Achieving this goal isn't easy and requires a comprehensive approach that provides an opportunity to both learn and practice the skills that lead to independent living. Below, are the areas that we cover.