No one just magically becomes a successful adult. It takes time, stability and opportunity.
And your spare room can help a young person transition smoothly into adulthood.
Young people in Sonoma County (ages 16-24) who are exiting foster care need a safe place to live so they can continue learning and enter adulthood fully prepared. These young adults need a room to rent. They need a stable place to live while they continue schooling, apply for jobs, and finish programs that help them with life skills. They also need a guiding hand. A supportive adult. A champion.
You have a spare room in your home and desire to be a role model for a local young adult, and can participate in weekly check-ins with TLC staff.
Young adults in the Transitional Housing Program exit the program when they are ready, and typically live fully independent lives.
Talk with TLC Child Family Services about the Transitional Housing Program.