Peer Resource Center
The Youth Moving On Peer Resource Center is a safe, welcoming environment to serve transition-age youth (TAY ages 16-25). This center uses a peer-led, peer-driven approach to highlight each person’s right to self-determination. We assist youth in their transition into stable and successful adult living. Many youth accessing services are former foster youth who may be homeless, at risk of homelessness, or lack support and resources. Ensuring that their basic needs are met is often the first step to achieve stability and help youth build healthy relationships. Individualized case management is a staple of our work, linking youth with necessary resources to support them with their current and long-term goals. We offer workshops and groups such as career planning, professional development, health and wellness, social skills, and independent living. We also provide basic needs such as therapeutic services, educational support, clothing, hygiene products, and school supplies. Gaining access to services can be difficult, however we strive to minimize these barriers for youth and provide a “one-stop-shop” for centralized services and support. Services Included: Individualized Case Management; Well-being & Mental Health Groups; Job Skills Workshops; Career & Educational Planning; Life Skills Development; Linkage to Resources; Computer Lab and Internet Access; Centralized Support Services; Food; Hygiene Products; and School Supplies.
Call the Peer Resource Center 626.765.6010 to attend an orientation.