School social workers, counselors and teachers can refer high-school students who are experiencing housing instability to this program. Participants will receive individualized case management and therapeutic services to assist them in completing their education successfully. Short-term transitional housing may be available to provide structure and nurturing until housing stability is possible.
An after-school program will be available to provide a safe-haven for participants and provide access to tutoring, nutritious meals, laundry and showering facilities, a community closet for basic needs, life skills education, substance abuse education, individual and group counseling, recreational activities, and Christian life nurturing.
The program is free to any at-risk high school student attending local school districts within the areas served.