Innovative Transition Age Foster Youth Program in Santa Clarita
Finally Family Homes connects transition-aged foster youth to a supportive trauma-informed community, stability, and dignity.
Through our innovative build-to-own Tiny House Ownership Program we are pioneering the way to ownership for college-aged young adults who’ve experienced foster care.
Unlike other programs where millions of dollars end up with the organizations rather than the youth they serve, we provide financial stability, upward mobility, and a safety net through ownership.
Not only this but our tiny homes on wheels are an efficient, environmentally friendly workaround to the affordable housing crisis facing California and Santa Clarita in particular.
Our first-of-its-kind program quickly creates affordable housing while teaching job skills, creating ownership, and a sense of agency for those struggling with housing security. With this solid foundation, a struggling young adult can break the cycle of poverty and live into their full potential.
We recognize that the risks for transition-age foster youth homelessness are complex, so we also provide holistic supportive programs to bolster their success and help them to achieve their highest and best.
Transition Age Foster Youth Program Offerings
We offer transition age FOSTER YOUTH a place to call HOME and people to call FAMILY.
U.S. Kids a Year Leave Foster Care without a Forever Home
California Youth a Year Leave Foster Care without a Family
Youth from Foster Care Are Sleeping on the Streets of Los Angeles
In Taxpayer Costs for Each Foster Youth Who Ages Out
Your investment in transition age foster youth creates ripple effects – ending cycles of brokenness and homelessness and paving the way for a better future for their children and communities.
Finally Family Homes is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
Upward Mobility in Caring Community
Transition Aged Foster Youth Program Preventing Homelessness
Homelessness has only gotten worse in California in recent years, including for youth aging out of foster care. We understand that the risk factors for homelessness among foster youth are complex. By nurturing personal development and offering a safety net of continued support, we mitigate the future risks of homelessness and human trafficking.
We believe in the potential of the youth we serve, not offering a hand up or a handout, but a hand to hold.
We come alongside foster youth to help them build to own their own tiny homes on wheels, giving them agency, job skills, and housing stability.
We recognize the importance of healthy relationships to foster youth success. So, we invite our young adults, who transitioned out of foster care, to belong in a community that’s invested in building lasting connections with them.
As a caring intermediate housing option, we offer host homes to stay at while building their tiny homes. We also provide life skills workshops and social-emotional development and support.
Serving Santa Clarita and Surrounding Areas
Caring Like Family After Foster Care
Just because you turn 18 doesn’t mean you stop needing the care and support of a family. In recent years young adults have been staying or moving back home after 18 at unprecedented rates. It’s a luxury foster youth who age out without a family don’t have.
So we step in to care like family. We are there to celebrate the good days – the holidays, birthdays, graduations, and the difficult ones too. When a young adult asked us for gas money while they were at the gas station, we stepped in to make sure they got home.
When they didn’t have a place to stay, we got them one.