LifeTies operates two group homes in Mercer County;

Triad House is a 24-hr residential group home program for youth ages 14-18 with emotional, medical and behavioral challenges.  The program provides treatment for the youth and their families to achieve their goals. Please contact Tamra Hooks, Triad House Program Director at thooks@lifetiesinc.org with referral questions.

Rainbow House is a 24-hr special needs housing for female adolescents ages 12-21, who are medically fragile, pregnant, parenting or struggling with emotional and behavioral challenges.  Please contact Vivian Harmon, Rainbow House Program Director at vharmon@lifetiesinc.org with referral questions.

LifeTies also offers a living skills and supportive housing program:

T.I.L.T. (Teenage Independent Living Training) is a program that serves male and female adolescents, ages 15-22, which focuses on independent living skills for those without family support. TILT can only accept youth referred by the  Child Protection and Permanency (CP&P) and Unified Care Management (UCM). Please contact Robin Wilkins, T.I.L.T. Program Director at rwilkins@lifetiesinc.org with referral questions.

Mary’s Place is a supportive housing program for aging out youth (male and female), ages 18-21. Please contact Robin Wilkins, Mary’s Place Program Director at rwilkins@lifetiesinc.org with referral questions.