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Youth Transition Services

Assisting youth in transitioning from high school to adult life is a core service provided by OSCIL, including next steps such as going to college or finding employment.

Group of youth together outside of the State House in Rhode Island
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OSCIL helps to provide the necessary independent living skills and real life experience for self-directed youth ages 14-24 with disabilities to help them enter the post high school world successfully.  


  • Independent Living Skills 

  • Peer support and advocacy

  • Job Readiness Training/Organizing your day

  • Job Skills/Shadowing/Mock Interviews

  • Transportation (public and private)

  • Finding accessible housing  

  • College visits

  • Community outings

  • Financial management skills

  • Self-advocacy/social skills

  • Managing benefits and working

We encourage all who are interested or have questions to please contact Josh Conti, Youth Transition Coordinator at OSCIL at 401-738-1013 x. 61, or email

2023 OSCIL Quest Summer Camp poster

Applications for the upcoming Quest for Independence Camp will open in early 2024. To be notified when applications are open, please submit your information via the link below.

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