The Shore Adolescent Independent Living Program (S.A.I.L.), is a partial care/after school treatment program serving adolescents age 13-18 who are emotionally disturbed and/or have social, academic, and behavioral impairments placing them at risk for out of home placement. S.A.I.L. strives to meet the emotional needs of these young people and provide them the daily living skills to lead healthy, productive lives. Strong emphasis is placed on establishing trust and building relationships. S.A.I.L. believes in holding youth accountable for their actions and rewarding positive behaviors. In this way, S.A.I.L. provides a sense of safety, acceptance and community, while supporting individual growth. In addition to diverting out of home placements, S.A.I.L. supports adolescents returning to the community from psychiatric, residential, or correctional facilities. Snacks are provided as well as transportation is in the surrounding areas.