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Extending Foster Care Beyond 18 - Housing Options for Young Adults

This  issue  brief  details  the  array  of  housing  options  that  states  can  consider  as  they  plan  to  extend  foster  care beyond  the  age  of  18. Designed  well,  housing  options  can  support  the  development  of  permanent  relationships with caring adults and provide opportunities for acquiring life skills, advanced education, and employment opportunities. Effective housing options can also provide important incentives for young people to choose to remain in care.

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Find and Keep Housing for Transitional Age and Former Foster Youth

This Honoring Emancipated Youth Housing Guide provides practical advice on how to find and keep housing for transitional age and former foster youth. The guide was written by former foster youth, volunteers and community members. This guide is dedicated to housing and is a valuable resource to any young person, but especially former foster youth and disconnected transitional aged youth. This guide strives to provide guidance to youth ages 18-24 to procure safe and affordable housing.

Note: This guide was written for California youth, but was included here because of the valuable information contained within.

 

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Housing - A Guide for Transition Services

It’s My Life Housing Guide offers specific strategies, tactics, and resources for youth and the adults who guide and support them in getting appropriate housing.

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New York Arc Chapters

Arc programs continue to be leaders in providing supportive home environments to people with developmental disabilities. Through the Arc, people are able to live in comfortable houses and apartments and are encouraged to become active members of their community. This website provides a directory of all Arc Programs in New York State.

Developed by the Council on Children and Families and Funded by the Developmental Disabilities Planning Council