Reclaimed43

Reclaimed43 is a non-profit 501C3 mentor program dedicated to creating community, consistency, and connections for teenagers aging out of foster care. Their foster youth programming includes mentoring, connecting youth with cars, connecting youth with a support system, and providing other assistance.

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Safe Families PLUS

Safe Families PLUS (Providing Lasting Unconditional Support) mentors are key partners in helping older youth successfully transition to adulthood. Mentors are paired with a youth or young adult between the ages of 14 to 21, and are expected to commit to at least a year of meeting on a consistent basis. Mentors can serve as “anchor families” to youth, providing a…

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St. Jude’s Ranch for Children

The Transitional Living Program is designed to assist young adults to develop appropriate social and work skills, and addresses psychological issues promoting behaviors to help ensure a rewarding and fulfilling life. Our goal is to enable children to transition into the community as prepared as possible for independence and self-sufficiency.

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Sunrise Children’s Services

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.

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The Purple Project

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…

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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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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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