Comfort Cases – Scholarship Program

In 2015, Comfort Cases began awarding scholarships to support youth in foster care attending college. Each scholarship will provide tuition assistance tograduating high school seniors enrolled in an accredited undergraduate program. According to the most recent research, less than 3% of youth in foster care graduate from college. The Comfort Cases community is committed to changing that number. Education opens…

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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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City Living NY

We provide stability by giving clients urgently needed essential household goods – like pots and bedspreads – in order to make their first apartment a home. We continue to be there for youth as hands-on mentors. We empower our clients to become stable and self-sufficient by making referrals to effective counseling, education, and job training programs.

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Center for Urban Youth and Family Development

The Center for Urban Youth and Family Development empowers youth that are in and are transitioning out of the foster care system to overcome the struggles and challenges by providing them substance abuse prevention, life skills training, and workforce development programs. Drawing from the life experiences of our founder, Mr. Marsialle Arbuckle, we open the door to a positive and…

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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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C.B. Community Schools

We believe that too many of our students have been removed from their homes and placed in institutional settings to address their educational and social and emotional challenges. C.B. Community Schools is a successful model for prevention and diversion from institutional placement. We provide our students with the resources and skills to be successful in their communities.

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Buckeye Ranch Transitional Age Program

My Place Transitional Age Program is designed to help young adults who are ready to transition from care, group housing, and/or foster care, but are not ready to live completely on their own. This program provides services to both males and females, ages 16 – 21 years old. One of the unique components of My Place is the placement of…

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Big Oak Boys’ and Girls’ Ranches

Big Oak Boys’ Ranch resides on 474 acres of sprawling farmland outside of Gadsden, Alabama. Here, boys who have experienced some of the worst life has to offer find a true home filled with love and a chance to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives. At Big Oak Girls’ Ranch, situated on 325 acres just outside of Springville, Alabama, they…

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