At YMCA Youth & Family Services we believe all people should have a safe place to live, a reliable support system, a sense of purpose and connections to resources needed to flourish. Our Transitional Housing Department offers a safe and welcoming environment for homeless youth, foster youth and transition age youth to support them in their transition to independence and self-sufficiency.
Each of our programs is dedicated to serving young adults in a manner that is knowledgeable and sensitive to their life circumstances. We provide a strengths-based, individualized approach to assist our resident young adults in reaching their personal goals.
Services We Offer:
- Furnished housing
- On-site case management and support
- Education and employment assistance
- Development of independent living skills
- Relational wellness and counseling services
- Financial education and personal budgeting assistance
- After-care support
For more information, please visit the housing option below that best suits your situation.
Former Foster Young Women
Mary’s House is a 24-month program designed to assist and support young women between the ages of 18-24 through various stages of personal, professional and academic growth as they transition from the foster care system.
Homeless Youth and Young Adults
Turning Point Transitional Living Program provides temporary housing and supportive services to young adults experiencing homelessness, with a specialized location, Tommie’s Place, for those who are pregnant or parenting young children.
More Transitional Housing Programs
We provide other housing options and services for young adults previously under the jurisdiction of San Diego County Juvenile Court, former foster youth, former probation involved youth, and current non-minor dependents involved with California Child Welfare.