independent living

Transitioning from youth to adulthood is hard. Let us help you achieve independence. We can provide assistance with: housing, education, employment, transportation, medical and financial needs.

We can help you:

  • become self-sufficient and provide support for you to reach your goals,

  • with your education and employment needs,

  • connect to local resources,

  • provide financial resources for food, housing, transportation and other emergency needs,

  • learn about how to manage financial matters, and

  • arrange transportation for work, school, appointments.

Based on your needs, we may be able to assist with:

  • Housing

  • Emergency funds

  • Job training

  • Work related expenses

  • Educational expenses

  • Work readiness

  • Transportation

  • Insurance

  • Security deposits

  • Rent

  • Utilities

  • Groceries

  • Basic necessities

  • Child care

  • Personal documents


  • for ages 18 to 21,

  • were in foster care or other out of home setting at 17 1/2 (group home, residential facility, shelter care),

  • entered court-ordered kinship care or a guardianship placement, or

  • were adopted after the age of 16

team members

Career Planner

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Lauren Friedl

Career Planner

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Cindy Hinckley

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