Chafee Independence Program

The John H. Chafee Foster Care Independence Program (CFCIP) offers assistance to help current and former foster care youths achieve self-sufficiency. Grants are offered to States and Tribes who submit a plan to assist youth in a wide variety of areas designed to support a successful transition to adulthood. Activities and programs include, but are not limited to, help with…

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Central Missouri Foster Care and Adoption Association – CCYP

The Community Connections Youth Project® (CCYP®) provides advocacy and social support finding for young adults who have suffered from abuse and neglect and are at risk of becoming homeless, incarcerated, unemployed, unexpectant parents, or dying young without access to the same supports that others in their peer group gain from traditional family and community settings.

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Foster Care in the U.S.

Evansville, and its surrounding counties, sees approximately 27-45 youth a year transition out, or leave, Foster Care. Some are emancipated by the courts and others simply get tired of the constant moving and abuse and leave on their own. We dedicate our time, energy and resources to helping these youth through the most difficult time in their life.

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Children’s Square USA

Children’s Square U.S.A. provides voluntary services and support to young people ages 18-21 who have aged out of foster care or other court-ordered placement.  Aftercare services guide young people toward stability and self-sufficiency in six key areas: education, employment, housing, health, life skills, and relationships. Participants meet at least twice monthly with a Self-Sufficiency Advocate (SSA), who partners with youth to…

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Visions and Pathways

Visions and Pathways has agency-owned properties for young adults 18 years of age and over who have aged-out of foster care and similarly situated youth. An expansion to ten (10) units is planned for Bridge House I. Our young adults pay 30% of their income as rent. While participating in Bridge House, they learn what it takes to be a…

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River City Youth Collective

RCYC is a safe space where youth and young adults can find acceptance, support, and opportunities to learn and grow from and with one another. RCYC offers programming and services in financial literacy, sexual health education, career and education navigation, therapy and independent living housing.

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On Point for College

Since 1999, On Point has helped more than 11,000 first-generation youth to get into college, stay there, and succeed afterwards. We help students find financial aid, fill out the forms, and get the resources to survive and succeed. We drive them to colleges, visit them to help them stay on track, and go to their graduations. And since 2008, we’ve helped…

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