L.A.M.B.’s Place

L.A.M.B’s Place is a non-profit organization that is here to bridge the gap for these youth. Our mission is to provide affordable, transitional housing for youth, ages 18-25, who are aging out of the foster care system and/or have had adverse childhood experiences, in a Christ-centered atmosphere with opportunities for spiritual growth. 

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Lad Lake

Lad Lake works to promote independent living and prevent youth homelessness by helping two groups of young adults most at risk: youth “aging out” of foster care and young adults with serious mental health conditions. Studies have shown that both of these groups of young adults are more likely to experience homelessness and live in poverty. Lad Lake’s proven programs are designed…

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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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Family Connection

The mission of The Family Connection, Inc is to provide individuals aging out of the foster care system with the resources necessary to be successful. They offer life skills classes, transitional housing services, educational development, career guidance, and case management.

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DePaul Community Resources – Independent Living

In the Independent Living program, our goal is to ensure that foster teens successfully transition to self-sufficiency. Our services assist young people in developing life skills, making permanent connections to caring and committed adults, meeting individual goals, and making well-informed choices for their future. Throughout the process, our staff provides guidance, compassion, and direction in navigating the difficult journey from…

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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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Children’s Hope Alliance

The Children’s Hope Alliance Transitional Living Program establishes and maintains a safe, healthy, productive, and family home-like setting for young adults ages 18 through 21, who are transitioning to the world-at-large. Transitional Living staff members guide their journey through empowerment of “voice and choice.” A supportive, consistent, and purposeful life-changing structure allows these young people to acquire the requisite academic,…

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Cornerstones of Care – Build Trybe

Build Trybe is a mentorship community that builds health, independence and empowers youth with employable skills. It is a bridge connecting youth, who lack a stable support system, to opportunity. Our team of trade experts and community partners introduce and connect youth to three skill-based career paths: culinary, horticulture, and construction.

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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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Starting Strong

In 2018, Fostering Further began partnering with Licking County Job and Family Services to mentor young people who were aging out of foster care, which led to the Starting Strong programs. These programs are designed specifically to support youth as they navigate the challenges of transitioning from foster care into their adult lives.

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