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PROGRAMS

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Youth Specialized Services

Aging Out of Foster Care -  youth age 17, to start the process of providing basic needs, education and training.

Underserved Youth - youth who because of household financial status, are not eligible for specific government services.

Juvenile Delinquency - youth who are involved in the judicial system for misbehaving against the law or school.

Single parent homes - single guardian or a parent raising the youth and need assistance with basic needs and/or activities of daily living.

Kinship Care - youth whose guardian is a relative and in need of assistance for the youth's specific need or the need of the household in which the youth lives.

Military/Veteran Children - youth of a parent in active duty away from the home, war zone, or hazardous area and/or a parent with a disability.

Mentoring Program

Youth ages 8 to 25 for which services will be provided by matched mentors. Services include but are not limited to one on one and/or group sessions:

  • Career assistance/guidance in areas such as college, military, vocational training, employment assistance, and any other career goals to be set by the youth.

  • Educational/vocational guidance provided while the youth is still enrolled in school.

  • Academic assistance is provided to students in grades 10-12, as a tool to be used when the youth requires one-on-one tutoring due to failing grades or lack of maintaining an average grade level while in school. In addition, "knowledge for college" activities are provided to assist the student with determining whether their future involves college. If college is a preference, assistance is provided for preparing for the SAT.

  • Activities of daily living involve teaching youth the basic skills of cooking, ironing, washing clothes, cleaning, and personal hygiene.

  • And any other specialized requests from the youth. Personalized services are provided to the youth upon request.

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Basic Need

Provides financial assistance to the household that the youth lives in, based on the need. This includes, but is not limited to stable housing, access to human and social services, and the basic general needs as it relates to food, shelter, transportation and clothing.

Juvenile Delinquency

Relates to providing support and guidance to youth involved in the judicial system and/or experiencing periods of school delinquency.

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Youth Supportive

Living Housing Facility

to provide a stable environment in which youth can enroll to participate in an effort to prevent homelessness and to establish a firm foundation into adulthood. This will be a shared living facility for which each youth will have their own bedroom with shared common space. Support services.

Financial Literacy

Will involve an evidence based program and one-on-one budgeting will be provided to each participant, based on their income and expenses level.

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