Transitional Living

Youth Focus offers supportive housing to young adults who find themselves homeless for a variety of reasons and require additional assistance to gain needed independent living skills so they can successfully support themselves.

 

HEARTH Transitional Living Program
Youth Focus offers transitional housing to homeless young adults age 18-21 in a supervised, yet independent, living environment.  Youth receive counseling, vocational and educational training, parent education services, independent living skills training, and other supports as needed for his or her individual situation.

HEARTH Permanent Supportive Housing
**Coming soon!** This program provides rent assistance for homeless youth ages 18-25 in independent apartments with a lease in his or her name. While enrolled, these young adults will receive vocational and educational supports, and targeted case management to help build independent living skills so they are able to take on increasing responsibility for the lease until they can successively maintain their home without assistance.  **We are still finalizing details for this exciting new program and will update this page and social media when the program is taking applications.**

There is no cost for transitional living or supportive housing.

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If you would like more information about transitional living or supportive housing, please contact us.

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Transitional and long-term housing for homeless young adults.

There is no cost for transitional living or supportive housing. 

Contact Us

336.907.3830
 sroethlinger@youthfocus.org
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