JFGH is proud to offer the Sally and Robert Goldberg MOST™ Program in Maryland and Virginia.
Meaningful Opportunities for Successful Transitions (MOST)™ is a one-year individualized program of activities and training designed to facilitate successful transition into the adult community. The MOST™ program serves as a portal for individuals and their families, through which they are introduced and integrated into a broad range of community resources. The MOST™ program focuses on facilitating outcomes for participants in three domains:
- Self-sufficiency — including self-help, independent living and safety skills.
- Community — including social skills, transportation and recreation.
- Vocation — including employment, education, vocational training and day habilitation.
At the MOST™ Program, individuals use one year to focus on developing, improving or maintaining life skills needed to establish a transition plan that ensures successful integration into the adult community.
The Sally and Robert Goldberg Maryland MOST™ Program participants meet on the first floor of the Joy W. and S. Robert Cohen building in Rockville, MD, on days that they are not working, taking classes or out in the community.
The MOST Program is also thrilled to have two Virginia locations: Fairfax and Loudoun.
For more information about the Sally and Robert Goldberg Maryland MOST™ Program, reach out to Marcy Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.