At New Haven, we recognize that many of our aging out youth face limited options that could jeopardize their healthy growth. Our transitional living program helps young men gain necessary independence, resources and work skills. Our homes are in proximity to North County colleges for this program to allow the young men to work, live, and grow in an environment that offers them stability as they continue their journey into adulthood.
This program is for youth ages 18-24 (will also take 16 and 17 year olds who are emancipated) who are aging out of the foster care system and are at risk of becoming homeless. Program goals and objectives focus on each youth’s transition to self-sufficiency and successful investment in a sense of community.
Turning Point is a transitional living program that will provide housing for up to 18 months in addition to case management services during and after residency with the goal of productivity (which is defined as working on mental health, employment, and/or educational goals).
The YMCA’s transitional housing programs are designed to support transition age youth by building independent living skills with a focus on goal attainment and emotional wellness.
(760) 746-1944 or (760) 703-3756
Oceanside, CA (female only)
San Marcos, CA
Tommie’s Place is a transitional living program for young adults who are pregnant or parenting and are currently homeless or becoming homeless in the near future. The 18 month program is designed to facilitate the transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency with an additional focus on positive parenting.
This program provides transitional housing and support for young adults who have aged out of foster care. The program aims to equip former foster youth with the necessary skills and resources to make a successful transition from foster care to independent living. Housing locations are in Oceanside and San Marcos.
Take Wing is a transitional living program for youth ages 18-22 (and emancipated 16-17 year olds) who are in danger of becoming homeless or are homeless and were not in the foster care system. Accepts legally married couples with children, women with children, men with children, and single men and women. Program goals and objectives focus on each youth’s transition to self-sufficiency and successful investment in a sense of community.