Youth & Family Advocacy Services – 7th Judicial District

Fostering Futures serves youth aged 14-21 who are or have been in the foster care system, have been neglected or abused, or just need support as they move into adulthood. Through our Tiny House Project and our 1st Place on 2nd Street Micro Home Community project we help develop independent living skills so that these youth will emancipate as successful members…

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National Social Work Enrichment Program (NSEP)

A key purpose of NSEP is to expose youth to the field of social work as a college major and career choice. A second key purpose of NSEP is to encourage youth to complete high school, enroll in college and complete their post-secondary education. A third key purpose of NSEP is to assist foster youth in the development of life-skills,…

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One Accord Connections

New Options More Opportunities (NoMo) is a holistic and comprehensive site-based program that offers an array of program supports that are scheduled and facilitated in a manner that best engages youth through several core components.

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Project Everlast

Project Everlast Lincoln works with four primary partners to provide transitional services. These types of services handle basic needs – like housing, health care and mental health programs – to make the a successful transition to adulthood possible. Nebraska Children’s Learn and Earn to Achieve Potential (LEAP) initiative utilizes a collective impact approach to ensure young people are supported in…

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R.I.S.E. Center at Community Inspired Actions

Our R.I.S.E program is an Independent Living and Transitional Living Programs for youth that have aged out of the Delaware Foster care system or are homeless, including independent living, education, case management, mentoring, training, basic skills, hygiene, money management, housing, and more.

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Safe Families PLUS

Safe Families PLUS (Providing Lasting Unconditional Support) mentors are key partners in helping older youth successfully transition to adulthood. Mentors are paired with a youth or young adult between the ages of 14 to 21, and are expected to commit to at least a year of meeting on a consistent basis. Mentors can serve as “anchor families” to youth, providing a…

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Salvation Army of Lubbock – Passage Program

The Salvation Army and Saint Francis Church partnered up to launch a new program in Lubbock called “Passage.” This program was created specifically for teens who have aged out of foster care. The program provides these young adults room and board, job training, mentorship, and support in pursuing higher education. It also teaches essential life skills including planning, saving, and setting…

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