Transitional Living Program

Preparing young adults for successful independence

This program serves female youth between the ages of 18 and 21 who are in extended foster care to help prepare them to be self-sufficient.

Twelve furnished efficiency apartments house one youth each and include utilities and basic cable/internet service. Residents meet regularly with a therapist who helps them set goals toward independence and learn life skills. Our staff provides individual coaching and guidance for young adults, along with resources to prepare them for independence.

“I grew up and feel successful, able to maintain employment, budgeting, independent living skills and healthy relationships.”

– former resident of Transitional Living Program


Eligibility Requirements:

  • Must be 18-21 years of age and in extended foster care
  • Completed high school or obtained GED
  • Pursuing further education and/or employed


  • Apartment fully furnished
  • Laundry room with free washers and dryers free
  • Computer lab with phone, computers
  • 24/7 emergency assistance
  • Basic utilities: water, electric, internet, cable

Services Offered:

  • Weekly face-to- face contact
  • Discharge planning
  • After care services
  • Psychiatric monitoring of medications
  • Intake and orientation
  • Financial support
  • Case-management
  • Life skills training
  • Special needs addressed
  • Educational support
  • Vocational support
  • Social support
  • Treatment/Counseling

A full range of services are available and youth are required to meet expectations as outlined in the resident handbook. Through the Transitional Living Program, independence is established through work, school and exploration of resources. The Settlement Home residents that participate in the TLP program will become self-sufficient in maintaining stable housing and employment, build healthy relationships, and have the ability to advocate for their needs.

Settlement Home TLP Application
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