Olive Crest – Operation Independence

Operation Independence is a comprehensive program that provides foster youth 15-24 years of age with the support and training that is necessary to become independent and successful adults. Whether in foster care, group homes, transitional housing or living on their own, Operation Independence creates a personal relationship-based plan designed for each young adult’s specific needs.

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Eddy House

Eddy House is the central intake and assessment facility in Northern Nevada. The objective of the Eddy House is to end youth homelessness in Reno, Nevada. To accomplish this, we identify homeless, at-risk, and aged-out foster youth through extensive outreach in Downtown Reno.

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Community Living Program

The CLP is NYEPs residential 9-18 month 12 component independent living program targeting young women 18-24 who would otherwise be home. The program is designed to teach, provide opportunities to practice, and hold youth residents accountable to program goals: high school graduation, living wage employment and independent housing.

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St. Jude’s Ranch for Children / Crossings & New Crossings Programs

Provides supportive housing and services for homeless 18-25 year olds including case management in a 15 unit apartment-style residential facility. Young adults receive support to complete high school or earn GED, job skills for employment, medical and mental health services and temporary housing. New Crossings is a rapid re-housing program for homeless 18-25 year old individuals and/or families.

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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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