Supervised Independent Living (SIL)

Teens and young adults (ages 17-21)

The SIL program provides a transitional setting for older teens preparing to live independently once they leave foster care. This program is open to young men or women, as well as young mothers with children still under the care of child welfare systems.

The SIL program provides youth with a wide range of counseling, mentoring, educational workshops and other learning opportunities designed to help them master life skills, maintain employment, complete their education, and help them build a strong and solid foundation. The program goal is to help every client acquire the skills needed to live as a successful and independent adult.