Reaching Independence through Support and Education (RISE) Maintenance Programming leads families to continued personal and professional development. After completing Part 1 of RISE, continue your journey to overcome the challenges that have kept you living in survival mode. Be empowered to RISE and Thrive. RISE recommends members commit to a minimum of 24-months of classes, coaching, and growth. Personal and Professional Development classes should meet weekly and focus on 10 pivotal assets of a thriving lifestyle. These assets include: Financial Planning, Affordable Housing, Transportation, Career Development, Parenting, Quality Childcare, Legal Resolution, Accountability, and Health and Well Being. An additional asset you need to thrive is social capital – the healthy relationships that help you gain resources. Commit to you and your growth and learn how to RISE. 


Amy Blansit