Admitted youth must be at least 18 years of age and have elected to participate in Extended Youth Support Services. Youth must be assessed by the provider to be invested in and able to benefit from this program.
LENGTH OF PROGRAM
This is a 13 month residential program preparing youth to become socially, emotionally and personally independent of social services while connecting them to life-long permanency connections and laying the foundation for the pursuit of educational and career opportunities.
We ensure complete safety for all program participants
We instill respect for self, others, and environment
We teach skills needed for living independently
We provide opportunities to explore and grow in faith
children, on average, are in foster care in Georgia
children will likely ‘age out’ of foster care without a stable home, making them vulnerable to human trafficking
at age 18, girls are sent into the world alone, lacking education life skills to maintain healthy independence
Interested participants must:
- be between age 18-21
- be committed to living a clean and sober lifestyle
- be willing to participate in programming, therapy, education, life skills and career-readiness training
- must be employed at least part time (15-20 hrs. /week) or attending school full-time
- enter voluntarily and are ready to engage in healthy community and programming