Teen Transitional Living Program
Teen Transitional Living Program (TTLP) provides a safe, stable and supportive living environment to youth between the ages of 16 and 21 who meet the criteria for being a runaway or homeless youth. TTLP offers intensive case management and provides an array of services and programming to empower youth and teach skills they will need as they move from crisis to transitional to independence, self-sufficiency and sustainable living.
Services offered: basic needs, educational/vocational and career planning, community service, recreational activities, transportation, assistance in the development of needed skills including independent living skill (ILS) building, decision making, social skills, coping/problem solving skills, menu planning and grocery shopping, money management, time management skills, parenting skills, and housing and community awareness
Eligibility: Youth between the ages of 16 and 21 males/females, and pregnant and parenting. Must meet the HUD definition of homelessness
Payment: No fee for our program. We are grant funded. All youth apply for DSS temporary assistance.
Support Services Provided:
Vocational, academic, independent living skills, counseling, job stipend program, parenting services
Youth eligible for this program must be between the ages of 16 and 20 and be runaways or homeless