After years of offering transitional housing to transition-age youth (TAY 16—25), youth inspired us to offer more pathways to permanency. Through valued partnerships, we added affordable, supportive permanent housing to complement the other programs within our continuum of care. TAY benefit from living in their own apartment for additional two years with support services that—include but are not limited to—workforce development, health and wellness, and life skills. Participants in both transitional and permanent housing have access to: scholarships; on-site tutoring; workforce development; substance abuse counseling; mentors; financial literacy training; therapeutic services; gym memberships & much more.
Call the Peer Resource Center 626.765.6010.