Transitional Housing Program
Young moms who have transitioned out of foster care, referred to as Transition-Age Youth (TAY youth), gain essential life skills and mental health support to help set them and their family on a healthy path toward independence. We help provide programs that are designed to build resiliency, strength, determination and success.
“St. Anne’s was there for me.”
Our transitional housing program (THP) provides support for young women, and their children who have experienced being unhoused, as well as young women who have previously been involved in the child welfare system, along with their children. This is a three-year program, or until they reach the age of 25.
Our families reside in fully furnished one-bedroom apartments, located on our main campus. These spacious units come with all of the new home essentials to help get them started and to alleviate the hassle of finding dishes and cookware, while they are settling into their first place of their own. We provide therapeutic services, life skills classes, workforce development, education support and advocacy, parenting and childbirth classes, fiscal literacy, community engagement, and housing navigation. We have an early childhood education center conveniently adjacent to the THP program, so that they can pursue their education or work goals while their children are safely enrolled in an early learning environment.
Gifts From the Heart
Purchase items off of our Transitional Housing Teams Amazon Wish List. Give our young moms and their families the gift of supplies to build a home and fill needs of essential supplies for daily living.