Fostering Youth Independence (FYI)

At Fostering Youth Independence (FYI), we believe that education is the key to overcoming a shaky foundation and unlocking doors to a successful future. Our mission is to equip foster youth to complete post-secondary education and become successful, independent adults.

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Youth Oasis

Their mission is to support youth and young adults recovering from the trauma of homelessness and family separation through housing, healthcare, and advocacy. Serving ages 16-21, this program is designed to help participants transition out of supervised care and into adult life. The TLP provides dorm-style housing, intensive case management, support services, and life skills training while residents work towards…

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The Home for Little Wanderers – Transitional Programs

The transition to adulthood can be difficult to navigate, especially for youth in their late teens or early 20s who have spent most of their lives in state care. The Home recognizes the unique issues that our youth “aging out” of the system face – including homelessness, unemployment, incarceration, early pregnancy and substance abuse—and offers resources and support designed to…

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Oak Tree Resources

Oak Tree Resources offers opportunities and encouragement to young people ages 14-24 who need support with Education, Job Skills, Employment and Avoiding Homelessness. We exist to help young people begin to heal while moving towards independence. We offer housing support in Durango, Colorado. Whether in a Transitional Living Program, Host Home or motel, young people can access transitional, substance-free housing…

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Multi-Agency Alliance for Children (MAAC)

The Multi-Agency Alliance for Children (MAAC) is a collaborative effort focused on helping youth who have experienced foster care in the state of Georgia overcome their unique challenges and find success. We refuse to let these young people fall through the cracks. MAAC is dedicated to filling service gaps and building innovative solutions within the child welfare system by collaborating…

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Miller Home of Lynchburg

Our mission is to provide short or long term care and guidance to girls, ages four through twenty-one, who cannot live with their families. Located in Lynchburg, Virginia, Miller Home seeks to provide these services within a supportive, non-institutional environment, which encourages each girl to grow and develop to her highest potential.

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Home 4 the Heart

The mission of Home 4 the Heart, Inc. is to provide a safe, stable, and empowering environment for girls (ages 12-19) who have been abused and/or neglected. Home 4 the Heart, Inc. has a vision to serve as community partners with girls fostering: Leadership, Academic Excellence, Spiritual Growth, and Physical & Social Development.  Home 4 the Heart, Inc. is able to accept…

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HomeSweetHome Foundation

HomeSweetHome Foundations’ mission is to transition aged-out foster youth and at-risk youth between ages 16-26 into adulthood by providing housing, financial literacy, mental health aid and connection to resources.

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Genesis Hopeful Haven

Genesis Hopeful Haven provides housing to male 18+ year-old high school students as they age out of the foster care system. Our independent living program provides support and encouragement to help them achieve the skills they need to be self-sufficient.

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Fred Finch Youth & Family Services

Designed to complement Fred Finch housing programs, the transition programs provide vocational and educational connections, mental health support, and linkage to other community supports. Many of the youth accessing these services are former foster children, who bring with them histories of abuse, neglect, and complex emotional and physical health needs. With the development of the school-linked wellness center on site…

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