Transitional Living Program and Independent Living Options
We provide housing and supportive case management services to young adults between the ages of 17 and 21 who are under the charge of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (IDCFS). This program is designed to prepare the young adults to transition to independence living by teaching them skills for self-reliance. Specific services include the following:
Life skills coaching
These services are provided through the following programming:
Transitional Living Program—provides supportive housing and supportive case management services to young adults between the age of 17 and 21. Residents receive 24-hour supervision along with comprehensive case management services, focusing on foundations for academic, employment and housing success.
Independent Living Options—continues supportive case management services to young adults between the age of 19 and 21 who were raised in the foster care system and have since aged out of care. Our program assists these individuals as they shift away from state care, becoming self-reliant and building a foundation for success as independent adults.