Housing

Housing

A true innovator in the development of photo of tenants at Rising Oakshousing opportunities for youth with emotional disturbance, FFYC continues its leadership in the field with the development of Rising Oaks, which provides a new lease on life for 30 foster youth aging out of the child welfare system. Additionally, FFYC provides transitional housing for homeless youth as well as permanent housing for young adults with serious mental illness. These housing opportunities provide youth and young adults the chance to reside in a safe and secure environment while developing the necessary skills to live independently.

Programs:

Coolidge Court

Rising Oaks

Turning Point

For more information on homeless children and youth in California see: Too Big to Ignore – Youth Homelessness in California, funded by The California Wellness Foundation and published by The John Burton Foundation on Children without Homes and the California Coalition for Youth.