Many young adults who transition from foster care to adult life on their own experience difficulties. We make sure those new adults are ready for managing their education or employment, and that they can achieve their goals of self-sufficiency.
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Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services helps young adults with an effective, results-driven bridge between living in foster care and living on one’s own.
These homes are not emergency shelters and only accept clients through an application, interview and assessment process. If you are in immediate need of shelter, we are happy to share information about other organizations to contact.
In Missouri, we provide a Level III Residential program which uses a transitional living curriculum to help struggling young women bridge the gap between foster care and living independently.
PCHAS Transitional Living is a long-term residential program that empowers clients to achieve goals and reach self-sufficiency. The program provides:
- Educational resources
- Employment guidance
- Financial education
- Health and self-care awareness
- Job skills training
- Life skills training
- Personal and professional goal development
- Residential housing
Our hope is that the children we serve will successfully complete their education, find gainful employment, move into their own homes and live successful, independent and productive lives.
Locations where you can find Transitional Living
Other Residential Services
You can make a difference in a child’s life by helping to fund the programs that bring them safety, love and healing.
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