Dorm Life

​​​WTC consumers who live far away and need to stay at WTC can choose to reside in the dormitory. ​Dormitory residents get three meals a day at the WTC cafeteria and can choose from a variety of evening enrichment activities.

The dormitory is supervised 24 hours a day by WTC staff.

People who attend WTC programs and stay in the dormitory must be referred by their DORS counselor.

Medication Reminders

WTC consumers who reside in the dormitory and take medication need to bring their medication with them. Since WTC consumers go home on Friday and return on Sunday evening or Monday, you must bring enough medication for each week. Your medication is a very important part of your health and success. If you do not bring medication or run out, you must have someone bring it to you or go home until you can get more.

The WTC residential staff are available to assist you in remembering to take your medication on time. They cannot keep nor give you your medication when you are scheduled to take it.

If you need assistance in remembering to take your medication on time, the WTC residential staff are here to help you. It is recommended that you bring a daily medication cassette (pill box) from home filled with medication for each day of the week. If you do not have one, then WTC will give you one to use.

A large room with couches, chairs, a TV, and game tables.  

The enrichment activities hall is large and offers a variety of fun and social activities.

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