Semi-Independent Living Program
What It Is
A developmental program designed to provide temporary housing for adolescents to grow at their own pace toward responsible behavior to either return home or emanicipate.
What We Do
Short-term living arrangements for older adolescents in custody of the state who have been transitioned from higher level of care and/or separated from their homes, may have been disconnected from long-term family relationships, and may have assumed parenting responsibilities. These youth need increased life skills and support in preparation for independent living to lead self-sufficient, healthy, productive, and stable adult lives.
- Successful emancipation
- Develop life skills, independent living skills and competencies including work readiness, achieve educational and financial growth goals
- Establish healthy, supportive adult and peer relationships
- Successful transition to Independent Living program