Another participant came to BTI with a history of inappropriate sexual advances that had isolated them and kept vocational opportunities out of reach. BTI staff worked with this participant on developing acceptable social interaction skills and getting practice on using those skills. The participant also learned appropriate behavior with the opposite sex and to treat them with respect. As the participant learned and practiced these skills, they wanted to contribute to the community. Staff explored volunteer possibilities with the participant and the participant now successfully volunteers two days a week. This participant worked with staff and developed independent living skills but was in an adult foster care home that did not allow developing independence. Staff encouraged family to explore looking for new living arrangements, and now the participant is excited to be in living quarters where they can be more independent.