H.O.M.E.S., Inc., is a collaboratively funded agency that provides subsidized housing slots to youth transitioning out of foster care and/or other non-traditional living arrangements. H.O.M.E.S., Inc. provides employment eligibility assessment, employability skills training, and job placement services to the Independent Living population residing at H.O.M.E.S., Inc.
Primary POC: Gabrielle Tunnage | email@example.com
Program serves youth ages 15 to 22 to assist with their transition into adulthood providing life skills training and life coach support services with an emphasis on educational, vocational, and transitional living success, and social/recreational outlets.
Primary POC: Noelia Cabrera | firstname.lastname@example.org
Program serves youth ages 15 to 22 who have a mental health diagnosis and are aging out of the foster care system with a safety net during their time of transition into adulthood. The program is designed to meet each youth’s individual needs and to support them in their transition to adulthood with the highest potential for success.
Primary POC: Debbie Toro | email@example.com
Program assists youth ages 15 to 22 in drafting a FUTURES PLAN, which includes vocational, educational, social, psychological, behavioral, spiritual, and personal goals. Transitioning youth are educated and given career path training, youth leadership skills, and assistance in getting affordable housing and other
independent living skills.
Primary POC: Cammie Cacace | firstname.lastname@example.org
MODS provides transitional young adults ages 18-22 with insufficient familial supports, the opportunity to participate in a yearlong paid internship. MODS partners with community based organizations to identify and prescreen eligible young adults transitioning out of foster care to secure employment. Young adults can earn a wage for approximately 11-14 hours per week.
Primary POC: Sandy McCarthy | Sandra.McCarthy@mods.net
The program serves middle and high school girls ages 11-19 by providing life coaching and counseling to increase protective factors and mitigate risk factors associated with delinquency as well as assisting girls transitioning to adulthood. The program helps girls develop healthy interpersonal relationships, coping skills, self-esteem, and future planning.
Primary POC: Amber Gross | email@example.com
Program serves middle and high school youth ages 11-19 who identify as LGBTQ by providing professional assessment, counseling, and life coaching to promote successful life outcomes. The program promotes the development of skills, academic, and employability skills to help youth transition successfully into healthy young adulthood.
Primary POC: Mandi Hawke | firstname.lastname@example.org