Established in 1979, the mission of NITC is to improve the quality of life for persons with mental inllness, their families and the community. NITC promotes Recovery & Wellness as a conscious, deliberate process that requires being aware of and making choices for a more satisfying life in the following dimensions: emotional, environmental, intellectual, physical, social, financial, occupational and spiritual.


The transition center includes the following services:
RESIDENTIAL CARE FACILITY
FOR PERSONS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS
Our RCF-PMI location provides 24-hour staff support and supervision. The primary focus of the RCF-PMI is to assist the persons served to establish or re-establish the ability to live independently in the community.
HAB HOMES
Our hab homes provide a stable, structured living environment for those who do not need 24-hour support, but are not yet ready for independent living. They have on-site staff for 9-12 hours daily who assist them in gaining the skills necessary for independent living.
SUPPORTED COMMUNITY LIVING
SCL services provide support and ongoing independent living skill development to those who live in an apartment or home of their own. The frequency of these services varies by need from 2-6 times per week.
COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
Our Community Support Services are the least intensive level of service provided by NITC. These services primarily focus on supporting those served in mainting their wellness and recovery activities. The frequency of these services is typically twice per month.