The TBCH Home Base program provides housing for youth aging out of foster care or youth facing homelessness. The program offers a safe haven for young adults to further their education through college, vocational training, certification programs, or for youth choosing to work toward a career.
Applicants must have a desire to work through program requirements, including being able to self-care, hold down a job and/or furthering their education full-time. Youth are provided case management services that include counseling, budgeting, job readiness, academic goal setting, mentoring, commissary and supportive resources to ensure the youth’s program success. Youth must be 18 years of age to apply for the program. An application process along with an interview and a criminal background check is necessary before being accepted into the program. Currently, the TBCH Home Base program provides housing for up to 20 young adults. Housing is provided on our TBCH campus.
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