Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program

The Oklahoma Successful Adulthood Program focuses on our teen population and seeks to promote the importance of early planning for one’s future; develop each individual’s innate strengths; promote the concept of permanent connections; ensure transition of young people ages 16-21 from state custody to self-sufficiency and successful adult living; support youth by encouraging a multi-disciplinary approach through training of field…

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Colorado Teen Project – Self-Start Program

At the core of our program, we offer a circle of support through our Influencer mentoring program and 1:1 sustainable mentoring relationships; partnering the youth we serve with a loving, supportive mentor. We provide ongoing trainings and assistance surrounding stability, career exploration and mindfulness to build capacity to connect, support, and empower youth in our program. For each youth in…

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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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Christian Alliance for Orphans – Aging Out Initiative

As older orphans and foster children age out of care, the trends are heart breaking: homelessness, substance abuse, trafficking, crime and incarceration await many who lack adequate support networks. We believe the Church is called to step into that gap, opening doors to promising futures for these children through holistic life transition programs including: Life Skills Training, Spiritual Care and…

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Center for Urban Youth and Family Development

The Center for Urban Youth and Family Development empowers youth that are in and are transitioning out of the foster care system to overcome the struggles and challenges by providing them substance abuse prevention, life skills training, and workforce development programs. Drawing from the life experiences of our founder, Mr. Marsialle Arbuckle, we open the door to a positive and…

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Buckeye Ranch Transitional Age Program

My Place Transitional Age Program is designed to help young adults who are ready to transition from care, group housing, and/or foster care, but are not ready to live completely on their own. This program provides services to both males and females, ages 16 – 21 years old. One of the unique components of My Place is the placement of…

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Big Oak Boys’ and Girls’ Ranches

Big Oak Boys’ Ranch resides on 474 acres of sprawling farmland outside of Gadsden, Alabama. Here, boys who have experienced some of the worst life has to offer find a true home filled with love and a chance to fulfill God’s purpose for their lives. At Big Oak Girls’ Ranch, situated on 325 acres just outside of Springville, Alabama, they…

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(2020) Leveraging Relationships to Transform Communities

Youth aging out of foster care, at-risk single moms and homeless veterans achieved significant life transformation through an intensive, volunteer-based, relationship-focused model, according to a preliminary study of a limited number of participants in the Open Table program conducted by Baylor University’s Program on Prosocial Behavior. Scholars from Baylor University conducted a case study evaluation of the Open Table program in…

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Angel Reach

Angel Reach has developed a three-level housing plan with additional expectations at each level.  The program is designed to foster increased independence at each level.  At all levels, free counseling is provided to focus on repairing the emotional scars of abuse and neglect.  As a foster youth advances through the levels, life skills classes prepare the young adults to be…

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Adoption Rhode Island – Teen Focus

Teen Focus Permanency Specialists work with youth and young adults to establish legal or relational permanency, or meaningful connections with others. The goal is to have at least one adult connection in the community that they can call upon, a person who knows them and cares about them and their success.

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