Hope’s Path

Hope’s Path exists to serve young men who have aged out of foster care and homeless young men to build a sustainable life. Built on a foundational belief in Christ, we have 3 pillars we concentrate on: Financial (budgeting, investing), Career (either secondary school or trades) and Personal (Life Skills, conflict resolution, etc…).

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New Braunfels Angels – Dare to Dream

The Dare to Dream (for youth ages 15-22) and Dare to Dream Jr. (for youth ages 11-14) programs offer an opportunity to individually serve an aged-out or at-risk to age out youth in foster care. Our mentors are advocates, teachers, guides, role models, valued friends, and available resources.

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Agape Ranch

This will be a place foster children and aged-out foster youth will call “Home.” Find out more about their future plans under The Ranch tab on their website.

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Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch Scholarship Program

Each year, Cal Farley’s awards needs-based scholarships to alumni for expenses incurred at a trade school, junior college or university. To qualify, alumni must have lived at Boys Ranch for 20 months and have graduated or completed their plan of service goals. He or she is interviewed by a scholarship committee and must maintain a minimum 2.0 grade-point average, along…

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Austin Angels – Entrepreneur Workshop

Our Entrepreneur Workshop is a semester-long course focused on equipping and empowering youth in foster care (ages 12-18) with business knowledge, entrepreneurial skills, and financial literacy––real life knowledge, skills, and experience they need to reach their fullest potential. We do all of this in a safe environment with peers from similar backgrounds, to help foster community and hope. Our dream…

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Angel Reach

Angel Reach has developed a three-level housing plan with additional expectations at each level.  The program is designed to foster increased independence at each level.  At all levels, free counseling is provided to focus on repairing the emotional scars of abuse and neglect.  As a foster youth advances through the levels, life skills classes prepare the young adults to be…

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ACH Child and Family Services – LIFE Project

The LIFE (Learning Independence from Experience) Project promotes self-confidence and self-sufficiency for eligible young adults by providing a variety of housing options for young adults. These different settings allow young adults to experience independent living while continuing to receive support, guidance, and assistance with skills development. Participants must be 18 to 21 years of age, either single or parenting single…

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Buffalo Haven at West Texas A&M

Supervised Independent Living is a voluntary Extended Foster Care program where students receive casework services from the provider and from CPS. In SIL placements, students are responsible for meeting their own day-to-day needs without 24-hour adult supervision. Instead, they are able to learn independence with the support of the provider and its services.

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