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.
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.
Youth In Mind (YIM) is a California-based nonprofit organization founded and steered by youth affected by the mental health system. Youth In Mind members participate in multiple levels of leadership and advocacy, including member leadership summits, mental health conferences, and local advocacy activities with the purpose of promoting positive change through authentic youth engagement.
The National Foster Care Registry changes the landscape of independent living programs offered to young people transitioning from foster care into adulthood. This initiative provides framework for reforming services and systems to effectively meet the needs of youth aging out of foster care.
Provides supportive housing and services for homeless 18-25 year olds including case management in a 15 unit apartment-style residential facility. Young adults receive support to complete high school or earn GED, job skills for employment, medical and mental health services and temporary housing. New Crossings is a rapid re-housing program for homeless 18-25 year old individuals and/or families.
Within the Office of Families and Children, the Transitional Youth Program team links Ohio’s youth and Independent Living casework staff to supportive community services, beneficial resources and innovative programming to assist with a seamless transition from foster care to emancipation.
We believe it is essential for young people impacted by foster care and homelessness to play a leadership role in bringing about positive change. We offer programs that engage and train youth and young adult participants throughout the year in a menu of activities designed to promote confidence, create positive relationships, build skills, and provide practical leadership and advocacy experience.
Fostering Advocates Arizona (FAAZ) is guided by young adults who have experienced foster care. It’s our goal to make sure all foster care young adults have the information, resources and support needed to transition to a new life. FAAZ is for those; thinking about life after they leave foster care, preparing to leave foster care, and exploring programs and services…