BRIDGES (Building Resourceful Individuals Destined for Greatness by Establishing Support) is a program aimed at reaching young adults who have aged out of the foster care system or are in the process of doing so. The goal is to provide support in various capacities during the transition from teenager to adulthood.
I Am You 360 runs multiple programs to support youth in foster care, including a tiny home transitional living program.
GAP Kitchen Culinary Training Program exists to provide quality education to under-employed, unemployed and in-need individuals. We mentor students and provide them with the skills they need to move beyond surviving, into thriving careers in the culinary industry. Young adults aging out of foster care or beginning a career search, and the unemployed or underemployed lacking advancement opportunities can participate…
The Fort Smith Children’s Shelter Independent Living Program, GetREALU, provides fully-furnished, one-bedroom apartment units for eligible young adults. They have also added a dormitory living option for young adults aging out of foster care. This living opportunity, along with other GetREALU services, will equip foster youth with the life skills needed to successfully transition into adulthood and become self-sufficient, contributing…
One of the most impactful things about Social Spin is that our workforce represents all abilities. We’ve partnered with amAZing non-profits that refer their clients to us for our job training and hiring initiative. The more customers we have, the more people we can support.
Through intensive, individualized career planning, education and employment development services, this program empowers youth aging out foster care to become thriving, self-sufficient adults. It also connects these youth to resources and offers unparalleled support to increase their chances of success as they transition from foster care to adulthood.
ResilientMe is a research-based, trauma-informed program. We provide our unique curriculum via interactive workshops. We serve youth ages 15 – 21 who have experienced foster care.
We provide a trauma-informed, research based program that assist young adults in successfully transitioning out of foster care and into adult life.
Training communities through Open Table models to help people develop better lives they envision for themselves. We live out our mission through a theory of change expressed in our model, its training and through how we engage with our partners and each other.
Arizonans for Children Inc., incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, exists to facilitate opportunities and provide effective solutions to alleviate hardships and improve the fragile lives of the abused, abandoned, and neglected children in foster care. They provide several services that help youth learn skills that will enable them to succeed in life.