Regional Transitional Navigator

Regional Transition Navigator Services

It’s easy to get lost along the way to independence and adulthood. Regional Transition Navigators can help map the way.

The Regional Transition Navigator Services are designed to provide information, training, and resources/services to youth and young adults 14-25 years of age who are at risk.



The action or process of becoming, being, or behaving as an adult; (now) esp. the carrying out of the mundane or everyday tasks that are a necessary part of adult life.

~ Oxford English Dictionary

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Who is eligible?

Youth and young adults (14-25 years) who are experiencing, have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing serious emotional disturbance, mental illness, and/or substance use disorders. Emphasis of services is given to individuals who are experiencing homelessness, who are aging out of foster care or juvenile detention, or at risk for human trafficking.

What services are provided?

  • Connect with eligible individuals to identify needs, assess skill levels, and link to needed service providers
  • Develop a network of supports for individuals based on their needs to improve their health outcomes
  • Provide consultation to other partners and providers about the needs of individuals and how best to strengthen the services within the state

We can help connect youth to resources for:

  • Housing, transportation, utilities, food, violence prevention and support
  • School
  • Health care, medication and mental health services
  • Communication skills to advocate on needs
  • Life skills
  • Knowing who to turn to for help
  • Support for youth who have run away from home

Youth will be connected to resources to develop independent living skills, create and cultivate natural supports, navigate resources and resource providers, access and participate in treatment and recovery services, and thrive in SAMHSA's eight dimensions of wellness.