Aging-Out Programs

Directory Listings for Aging-Out Programs

A Place of Refuge - Aging Out

A Place of Refuge offers short term, safe and nurturing shelter with home/transitional housing to homeless youth while preparing them for i...

After-­School Life Skills program

The After-School Life Skills program gives youth and teens a safe, fun, wholesome and stimulating place to learn about the world of work and careers. ...

Big Family of Michigan's Aging Out Resources

Many foster children never get adopted, so Big Family of Michigan supplies tools for these youth as they age out of foster care.  These tool...

Camellia Network

When foster children turn 18 (or 21 in a few states), the system stops providing them housing if they have not been adopted by a family. This adds up...

Common Ground - Transitional Living Shelter

Provides supported apartment living for older youth who are working toward economic self-sufficiency. Services include: case management; group an...

Dreamkeepers

Unforeseen financial emergencies are one of the top reasons community college students drop out of school. Scholarship America’s Dreamkeepers progra...

Education Success Program (ESP)

What is the Education Success Program?The Education Success Program (ESP) is a program  within the Michigan Youth Opportunity Initiative (MYOI) ...

Foster Care Alumni of America

We are building a permanent, extended-family community. Through FCAA, you forever have a place to belong—something so many of us didn’t find grow...

Foster Care Extension Overview (FYIT)

If you are between the ages of 18 and 21 and participated in Michigan's foster care program, you may be eligible for continued support until age 21. ...

Foster Youth In Transition (FYIT)

This is a federally funded program administered by the Michigan Department of Human Services (DHS). It is designed to assist adolescents who are in f...

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