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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Bridgeview – Caples Terrace

The Bridgeview Self-Sufficiency Program at Caples Terrace is a life-skills building program designed to help young people aged 18-24 launch into thriving adulthood. Our goal is for youth to use stable housing as a platform for increasing their self-sufficiency.

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Selah Mountain Thrift Store

Selah Mountain Thrift Store is a 501c3 Non profit thrift store. 100% of all profits go towards funding projects we have set up in our mission to help Traumatized foster care and underprivilaged youth in Southern Colorado. You can visit our store located at 100 east main street, Florence Colorado, 81226 or click one of the buttons below to see…

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HOME Program-Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch

Individuals receive a 1-bed, 1-bath apartment with kitchen, living room, and equipped with basic furnishings. The HOME program provides support through a formal face-to-face checking in once a week, daily sign in/outs, and access to a variety of services including life skills training including meal planning, cooking, accessing transportation, budgeting, accessing services, and more.

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Pendleton Place Youth Resource Center

The Youth Resource Center provides a low-barrier space to meet the basic needs of young adults ages 17-24 experiencing or at risk of homelessness, many of whom have aged out of foster care. The service continuum includes drop-in services with showers, laundry, computer lab, and hygiene products, as well as independent living services, mentoring, and rapid rehousing.

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Special Treasures

Special Treasures is a non-profit thrift store that supports foster teens and aged-out young adults. They learn work skills such as furniture repair, furniture painting, warehouse management, stocking, salesmanship and more. Youth are mentored by volunteers and workforce development staff. They also get help with resumes, work ethics, financial management, and internships and job placement.

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SaintA

Since 2007, SaintA has provided supportive services to youth exiting out of foster care in Southeastern Wisconsin. In 2017, SaintA received a contract from the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families to significantly expand the program to make services available to every eligible youth, ages 18-21, who has exited, or will be exiting, out of care in Milwaukee County.

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