The Webb Young Adult Academy provides support to young adults with mental health issues as they transition from the high school world to college, work, and/or the community. Some students may have completed (or nearly completed) their academic requirements, but are not quite ready for independence. Often immaturity, poor social skills, anxiety, or the need for specific skills make a successful transition beyond high school difficult.
 
This program serves young adults (18-21) who require additional clinical, academic, vocational, social, and/or life skills support to move to a more independent, adult situation. Students within the moderate to gifted range of intellectual ability who are motivated to prepare for a job, independent living, and/or further education can benefit from the direct and indirect services of specialized staff.
 
Program Hours: Monday through Friday
8:30 AM to 2:20 PM
Locations: Grace S. Webb School
Braceland Building
200 Retreat Avenue
Hartford, CT 06106
Program Coordinator: 860-545-7238
 
Program Services:
  • Academic
    • Tutoring
    • Monitoring
    • Support
    • Case management
    • Collaboration with higher education agencies
  • Vocational
    • Assessment
    • Education
    • Exploration
    • Job Coaching
 
  • Social/Life Skills
    • Practical life skills training
    • Social skills groups
  • Clinical Support
    • Therapeutic groups
    • Individual Support
    • Coordination with providers

For questions and referral information, contact:

Linda Kapitan
Administrator
(860) 545-7094
Linda.Kapitan@hhchealth.org

Kikke Levin-Gerdner, Ed.D.
Director
(860) 545-7238
Kikke.Levin-Gerdner@hhchealth.org