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The TLC Community Navigator builds a bridge to connect families and caregivers of those with intellectual and developmental disabilities to social, educational, health services, and specialized programs to enrich their quality of life.

This service is available to anyone caring for an individual with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

To learn more, please complete our referral form.

Referral Form
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If our community navigator has helped provide you with the services you were looking for, please take a minute to fill out this brief survey. Your participation helps us to continue offering these much-needed services to our community. Thank you!

Please click this link or scan the QR code below with the camera of your phone.


Services include:

  • Information on Guardianship
  • Applying for Med-Waiver services
  • Reaching out to Agency For Persons With Disabilities with questions you might have
  • Asking questions pertaining to the wait list for Med-Waiver enrollment
  • Uploading and emailing documents to the appropriate agency
  • Provide guidance and parent mentors for transitioning to CDC+
  • Keep you updated on current social/recreational activities in Marion County

Learn More about yourProgram Navigator

Transitions Life Center is committed to building a community of acceptance where adults with physical and mental disabilities can live safe, caring and enriching lives. We will strive to serve these individuals in ways that help them to realize their full potential, while creating the least restrictive environment possible to foster the growth of each individual.

Transitions Life Center is a nonprofit organization whose sole purpose is to provide a safe, caring and enriching community for intellectually disabled adults.

Who We Are
TLC is a nonprofit organization made up of parents, family members, educators and people from your community, dedicated to improving the lives of adults with special needs. Our funding sources are private and individual donations, grants, fundraisers, and community contributions.

What We Offer
We will provide young adults a community center that will have structured continuing education in life skills, social skills and recreational activities. Our long term goal is to provide a residential facility with all levels of assistance, a place where they can live meaningful productive lives despite their challenges.

Who We Serve
Services will be offered to post graduate young adults with special needs living in Marion and the surrounding counties. All applicants will be evaluated and selected for specific programs based on their individual needs.

TLC is committed to providing equal opportunity in all employment practices to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship status, age, handicap or disability, or any other category protected by law.


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