What is Transition to Success®?
Transition to Success® is a revolutionary approach to addressing the challenges of poverty. This anti-poverty model of care changes our understanding and treatment response to poverty as a condition, NOT a character flaw. We understand that poverty is not just a lack of resources; it’s a complex web of circumstances that can feel impossible to escape. Together, we can rewrite the story of poverty and create a future where everyone has the opportunity to thrive.
How Does it Work?
Designed to meet participants where they are, TTS guides individuals and families towards sustainable success. Through personalized support, resources, coaching, and mentorship to name a few, our team can and will help place participants on a pathway to building a life of stability and fulfillment.
What Can Participants Expect?
Personalized Support: CFS programs have TTS certified Family Coaches that are available to listen, understand, and empower participants on their journey.
Resources and Tools: From education to community connections to financial assistance, we provide the tools participants need to thrive.
An Opportunity to Find HOPE: It starts with one simple question, what are your dreams?
CFS Kaua‘i and Maui TTS Evaluation Results
Transition to Success® is a pathway to a brighter future, regardless of where participants are starting from. From 2016 to 2019, Child and Family Service (CFS) piloted TTS in our programs on the islands of Kauaʻi and Maui.
Today, we have expanded TTS across eight (8) statewide programs. Regardless of program or island, one thing is true: the data consistently reveals incredible and positive changes in the lives of those who participate. TTS is a long-term investment into the future lives of individuals and families, and we are committed to walking alongside them every step of the way. Click chart to enlarge.
TTS Demographics of 986 Individuals.
Learn more about how poverty is currently being addressed in the U.S. and how TTS is being integrated and evaluated across the country. Read as author Dr. Marcella Wilson, who has helped CFS pilot this initiative throughout Hawaiʻi, calls for a standard of care to treat the condition of poverty. Click here to purchase.