About Transitional Services Association Inc.
Transitional Services Association, Inc. (TSA) is a private, not-for-profit organization, designed to provide residential support services to children and adults in transition to less restrictive environments, and Case Management Services.
In addition to Case Management, Supportive Case Management, Intensive Case Management and MICA services, TSA offers a range of residential programs that include the following: Kaydeross House group home for adolescent girls; Edgewood House and Stonebridge community residences for adults with mental illness; Hammond House community residence for adults with mental illness and chemical addiction; Progressive Steps Apartment Program and Supported Housing for adults with mental illness; Hedgerow House and Hedgerow Apartment Program, a chemical dependence community residence and apartment program for adults.
Founded in 1978, TSA is located near downtown Saratoga Springs, and is currently certified to service more than 300 clients in cooperation with the Saratoga County Mental Health Center and other local community service providers.
TSA operates under the guidelines of the Office of Children and Family Services, Office of Mental Health, and Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services.
Our Treatment Philosophy
Inherent in the treatment philosophy of Transitional Services Association, Inc., is the idea that every client should be treated as a unique individual who is entitled to responsible, effective, respectful, and humane care, and that the dignity of the individual must be respected at all times. Recovery from mental illness and/or chemical addiction can only occur in a safe, supportive, and therapeutic environment. Clients are encouraged to participate in the development and implementation of their own treatment plans to the fullest extent possible, and that integral to the acceptance of empowerment is the acceptance of self-responsibility.