The Flight Program is FLYY’s commitment to serving youth and young adults in Madison, Dane County, and surrounding counties.
Flight aims to help participants realize their full potential by providing individualized support and services.
Our community care program consists of two services:
1.) Psychosocial Rehabilitation: (skill development, wellness management, and psycho-education)
2.) Therapy for Individuals & Families
Flight’s Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PR) services is a hybrid therapeutic mentoring, skill development and helping participants manage their mental health diagnoses. It marries the goals and skills of a therapeutic treatment protocol with the bonding, coaching, guiding, and supporting strategies used in mentoring. A Skills Coach is assigned to provide individual programming that will empower youth and young adults by working with their strengths. Skills coaches work together with the youth’s team to provide specialized individual support. Psychosocial Rehab (PR) is a goal driven service and each participant and their support team decide on three goals to help build the participant’s resilience for life. Some of these goals include:
Together, the participant and Coach work on learning:
In addition to the list above, Skills Coaches can help older teens and young adults with challenges such as:
Psychosocial Rehabilitation is not mentoring, although mentoring activities may be included in the treatment strategy. It is a very measured and strategic intervention model—one that works particularly well within a multicultural framework. The nature of PR demands the maintenance of a very close working relationship between skills coach, client, and parent or caregiver. In PR, the location and process of intervention must be directly related to the advancement of a treatment goal. This program is solely a Comprehensive Community Service (CCS) Program and is available in Dane, Sauk, Columbia, and Richland counties.
Individual & Family Therapy
Flight’s therapy services can take place in our office or offsite at a location decided by both the therapist and participant. We can also use dogs as part of our treatment approach if the participant is comfortable and might enjoy engaging with them.Therapeutic approaches include Restorative Justice principles and:
Flight’s therapists works with youth, young adults, and families on a variety of issues that include, but are not limited to:
To make a referral or have general questions about the Flight program, please call Jordan Rozeske at 608-512-6109 or email at email@example.com.