Transitional Living Program

Exterior of houseOur Transitional Living Program (TLP) for Older Homeless Youth supports projects that provide long-term residential services to homeless youth. Young people must be between the ages of 16 and 22 to enter the program.

Living accommodations may include:

  • Host-family homes
  • Group homes or maternity group homes
  • Supervised apartments owned by the program or rented in the community

TLPs offer or refer for the following services:

  • Safe, stable living accommodations
  • Basic life skills building, including consumer education, budgeting, housekeeping, food preparation and parenting skills
  • Educational opportunities, such as GED preparation, post-secondary training and vocational education
  • Job attainment services, such as career counseling and job placement
  • Mental health care, including individual and group counseling
  • Physical health care, such as physicals, health assessments and emergency treatment

For more information, please see the Transitional Living Program Fact Sheet and Youth Profile. To find TLP grantees, please visit the FYSB map.