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.
YMCA: Tommie’s Place
Semi-supervised shared apartment living, on-site case management and counseling, employment and educational assistance, daily independent living skills education and parenting classes, aftercare support and referrals
Must be 16-21 years old (if under 18, must be legally emancipated), pregnant or parenting a child 0-5 years old, homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The youth must attend an orientation for the program, which are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 3:00 pm at 4145 Swift Ave #2, San Diego, CA 92104. This would start the referral process.
Types of Needs:
Pregnant/Parenting, Transitional Living Programs
Transition Resource Categories
We do not endorse any specific organization listed nor are we responsible for ensuring the quality of the services listed. Users should always select services at their own discretion. Additionally, this information is subject to change as funding for programs can shift over time, though we do our very best to keep the resource center as up-to-date as possible.