Eufaula Housing Authority – YouthBuild Program

Eufaula Housing Authority’s YouthBuild program is a youth development program that serves out-of-school youth (including youth aging out of foster care) in the Barbour County area. Young adults ages 16-24 are provided with the opportunity, hope, and support to rebuild their lives and are equipped with the necessary skills to facilitate lifelong success in both the workforce and the community.

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Kids to Love Foundation

Since 2005, Kids to Love has awarded more than 700 scholarships (with more to come). From certification training, trade school or a two to four year degree, Kids to Love is committed to educating our kids in foster care.

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Big Oak Boys’ and Girls’ Ranches

Big Oak Boys’ Ranch resides on 474 acres of sprawling farmland outside of Gadsden, Alabama. Here, boys who have experienced some of the worst life has to offer find a true home filled with love and a chance to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives. At Big Oak Girls’ Ranch, situated on 325 acres just outside of Springville, Alabama, they…

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Second Shift

Assists at-risk and aging-out foster-care youth (18-26) to transition to and sustain, connected independence. We provide emergency and start-up assistance, case management, life skills training, and connection programs to long term sponsors and mentors.

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KTECH

KTECH is the workforce training initiative of the Kids to Love Foundation. KTECH offers Siemens Certified Mechatronics training to students with barriers to overcome, including young adults aging out of foster care. This short-term training offers students a credential that is recognized internationally and allows them to jump-start their career into higher paying jobs.

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