Teen/Young Adult Services
Transitional Living Program
Child and Family Services’ Transitional Living Program (TLP) is a voluntary, 12- 18 month program that provides supportive housing, life skills training and support services to young people, ages 18 to 21, who are homeless or transitioning out of foster care. The program is designed to promote self-sufficiency and reduce the risk of future homelessness. Through TLP, young people get the chance to identify their own personal goals and receive help in reaching them.
CFS also provides assisted independent living services for homeless, pregnant and/or parenting single women, ages 18-21. The program endeavors to help young women make life decisions in a supportive environment. Participants learn to develop parenting skills, life skills and achieve self-sufficiency.
Areas served: Manchester, Concord, Dover, Littleton
Contact: Stacey Lazzar, email@example.com,
The Transitional Living Program offers a full spectrum of independent living services including help with:
- job skills
- nutrition & safety
- apartment hunting/renting/maintenance
- money management/budgeting
- social skills/healthy relationships
- problem solving/decision making
- transportation & community resources
- legal rights/issues
- career exploration
What is expected of TLP participants?
- Finish high school or work toward a GED
- Work full time (35/hour per week) unless a full time student
- Contribute a portion of income to cover rent and basic utilities
- Save a percentage of earnings for future
- Meet with case workers regularly to help focus on goals
TLP residents may self-refer, or may be referred by family, social workers, schools, or other professionals who work with the youth.