Journey House provides services for former foster youth in housing, education, employment, and independent living counseling. The primary focus is to help youth live successful and independent lives though getting their education. Whether they are attending trade schools or universities or they are thinking about going to school, program participants receive support and resources based on their individual needs.
Housing assistance for former foster youth who are in need of stable and adequate housing while enrolled in school or vocational training programs including; finding housing opportunities, securing rental agreements, completing housing program applications and access to furniture, appliances, cookware, linens, etc. from an inventory of donated items.
Educational services to aid former foster youth with the review and selection of schools and/or job training programs to help them prepare for employment with pay structures adequate to move toward self-sufficiency.
Employment assistance to help former foster youth with their career search, developing a professional resume, learning interview and job retention skills, and finding appropriate interview and work attire.
Counseling, mentorship and peer support to encourage former foster and probation youth to establish the self-discipline they need to stay in school and create an independent life.