Zoie’s Place

Zoie’s Place provides housing and other support services to youth and young adults who have experienced foster care. Our two transitional homes are located in Denton, TX and offer housing for 8 young women who have experienced or aged out of foster care. We also provide ongoing support services, life skills training, mentorship and support for students pursuing higher education.

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Pivot: A Turning Point For Youth

Pivot, Inc. is a nonprofit community organization that advocates, educates, intervenes and counsels youth and families to make a positive difference in their lives. What we do: Meet housing & basic needs, provide education & job assistance, prevention & intervention, and therapeutic care.

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The People Concern

The People Concern believes no one should have to live on the street or in a violent household. Our staff, volunteers and those we serve work together to address the effects of homelessness, poverty, mental and physical illness, abuse and addiction.

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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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Journey House

Journey House provides services exclusively to former foster youth in; Housing, Education, Employment, and Independent Living Counseling. Journey House is not a residential program, however, most youth continue as program participants because of the support and guidance that they receive as they transition out of foster care and beyond.

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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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Pendleton Place – Smith House

In addition to basic needs like food and clothing, our residents are provided with counseling services, structured educational support, life skills training, financial literacy classes, civic engagement and other hands-on opportunities aimed at preparing these vulnerable youth for successful, independent living after foster care.

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Immerse Arkansas

Whether it’s help with food, clothing, bus passes, and life skills training, we can help as you lay the foundation for future success. We can link you to a wide variety of resources including education, physical and mental health, legal assistance and more. We’ll connect you with a supportive mentor and invited to participate in ongoing social and relational opportunities.

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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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Eagle Pathway

We provide resources for youth, single moms who have experienced foster care or homelessness. We have a resource center in Mesa where anyone involved in DCS can come get free food boxes, clothing or other resources. We are in the process of building tiny homes in Phoenix where these youth can live after aging out of foster care.

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