large group playing on basketball courtThe Adolescent Adaptive Skills Training Program (AASTP) is a school-based outpatient program that provides therapeutic and independent living skills services to middle and high school students from the Tuscaloosa City and County school systems. The goal of the program is to work with each student, their family, and the school to enable the student to more effectively handle their behavioral and emotional issues, and then to return to their home school better prepared for social and academic success. This program serves 16 adolescents in two classrooms.

Daily Schedule

8 am: Arrive at BPCC (bus/car)

8-8:30 am: Breakfast

8:30-11 am: Academics/basic living skills/day treatment services

11 am-12 pm: Therapeutic recreation/healthy lifestyles

12-12:30 pm: Lunch

12-3 pm: Academics/basic living skills/day treatment services

3-3:30 pm: Departure from BPCC (bus/car)

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Visit our Outpatient FAQs for answers to common questions about our outpatient programs.

Read a detailed description of the AASTP.

Contact the program coordinator, Fatima Johnson, via phone (205-348-4024) or email (fatimajohnson@ua.edu) with any further questions.