Christian Heritage’s mission is to change the future of child welfare in Nebraska by mobilizing a Gospel-centered community to support vulnerable children and families. Programs included are Beyond Prison, Families Together and Foster Care.
Propelling into Triumph (PIT) provides mentoring and coaching program administered to foster youth residing in a transitional housing program. PIT offers holistic care coordination to youth and helps them access resources so they can successfully transition into adulthood and thrive.
Amarillo Angels created the Dare to Dream program (for youth ages 15-22) and Dare to Dream Jr. program (for youth ages 11-14) to provide one-on-one mentorship to youth in care. Their mentors are advocates, guides, role models, valued friends, and available resources who guide youth in their accomplishment of developmental milestones through intentional giving, relationship building, and mentorship.
Fundamentals for Foster Care provides self-eSTEAM mentoring presents and presence for those in the foster care system and those aging out.
RMYA’s TurningPoint program opened in 1999 to serve youth aging out of foster care in a residential setting. Former and extended foster youth (18-24 years) live in 6 houses and receive life and job skills, counseling, and assistance with education, health & social service resources, and referrals.
BRIDGES (Building Resourceful Individuals Destined for Greatness by Establishing Support) is a program aimed at reaching young adults who have aged out of the foster care system or are in the process of doing so. The goal is to provide support in various capacities during the transition from teenager to adulthood.
Sunrise has created an innovative and lifechanging Independent Living program for 18-to-21 year-olds who have aged out of the state’s care. As a participant, you will be given the tools you need to build your own future as an independent adult through one of our multiple programs located across Kentucky.
The Isaiah 1:17 Project wants every child to step into this new world with something they can call their own. Practical items, as well as a little something to show that there’s people standing behind them that care.
Their mission is to restore hope and encourage children in foster care, who they call Dreamers, to dream again. they are committed to raising awareness about life after foster care, while providing resources, tools and everyday essentials as they age out of the Tampa Foster Care system and enter into a new phase of adulthood.
The Purple Project has devoted its energy to passionately advocating, and providing services for those foster youth who are on the path to transitioning out (aging out) of foster care, and for those who have already transitioned. Our mission is to assist those youth and young adults who have or will transition (age out) of the foster care system with…