Active Re-Entry is a community-based program that helps individuals with disabilities to maintain a self-sufficient, productive life and live independently within their communities. This organization serves the seven counties of Eastern Utah, from Wyoming to the Arizona border. The seven counties within the service district include Daggett, Duchesne, Uintah, Carbon, Emery, Grand and San Juan. Active Re-Entry provides two types of advocacy. Individual Advocacy involves team members working with an individual to access services from other agencies. Systems Advocacy involves staff members initiating changes in various local, regional, and state systems, making it easier for people with disabilities to live independently. Education opportunities are also provided to individuals seeking to increase their knowledge, skills, or abilities to live more independently in their homes and communities. Active Re-Entry's Youth Transition Program provides services to youth ranging from 8 to 24 years of age. The program helps to build self-confidence, offers independent living skills training, advocacy, and increases communication and socialization skills. Contact Active Re-Entry directly to learn more about their programs and core services.