Resilience Rising – Alumnae Mentoring

In 2020, Resilience Rising launched its alumnae mentoring program for youth exiting the residential program. Research shows that having one trusted adult improves the outcomes for youth in and aging out of the foster care system. Resilience Rising’s mentoring program aims to maintain established rapport between youth and trusted adults, enhance youth capacity for independent living skills, and ultimately reduce statistical outcomes…

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Oak Tree Resources

Oak Tree Resources offers opportunities and encouragement to young people ages 14-24 who need support with Education, Job Skills, Employment and Avoiding Homelessness. We exist to help young people begin to heal while moving towards independence. We offer housing support in Durango, Colorado. Whether in a Transitional Living Program, Host Home or motel, young people can access transitional, substance-free housing…

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Colorado Teen Project – Self-Start Program

At the core of our program, we offer a circle of support through our Influencer mentoring program and 1:1 sustainable mentoring relationships; partnering the youth we serve with a loving, supportive mentor. We provide ongoing trainings and assistance surrounding stability, career exploration and mindfulness to build capacity to connect, support, and empower youth in our program. For each youth in…

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Anchor House Colorado

Anchor House will be more than just an apartment building. It will be a retreat, a safe place for young people transitioning out of foster care to call a temporary home. And it’s only made possible through partnership. Anchor House is a nonprofit partnership between faith-based and other organizations to meet the housing needs of emancipated foster youth.

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The Matthews House – Empowering Youth

The Empowering Youth program serves youth involved in the juvenile justice system, youth who are homeless or don’t have a support system, and every single youth aging out of foster care in Larimer County is referred to us for services. This program walks alongside youth by providing comprehensive case management, connecting them to community resources, and empowering them to develop…

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Selah Mountain Thrift Store

Selah Mountain Thrift Store is a 501c3 Non profit thrift store. 100% of all profits go towards funding projects we have set up in our mission to help Traumatized foster care and underprivilaged youth in Southern Colorado. You can visit our store located at 100 east main street, Florence Colorado, 81226 or click one of the buttons below to see…

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SOAR! Youth and Adult Choir

Our mission is to create intergenerational community and musical excellence for youth with diverse needs. SOAR! Youth and Adult Choir provides a safe, nurturing, consistent environment for youth across the Denver Metro region. Adults in the choir serve as models, mentors, and giving compassionate musical and emotional support.

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Foster Alumni Mentors

Foster Alumni Mentors provides mentoring, networking, workshops, advocacy, resources, and community awareness to improve outcomes for former foster youth, including those who have been adopted, reunified, or resided in kinship care. We strive to be change agents through sharing success stories and inspiring hope.

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Dream Makers

We help fill dreams for foster youth ages 16-21 who are aging out of the foster care system and have no family support. We focus their dreams on something educational, career minded or learning a new skill. We want these youth to be inspired to move forward with their independence and to know people do care about them.

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Stars Training Academy

Stars Training Academy, a division of Stars Behavioral Health Group, collaborates with community agencies across North America to provide enriched training and customized consultation to achieve high fidelity and sustainable implementation of evidence-supported and evidence-based practices. The Stars Training Academy serves as the purveyor of the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) Model.

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