Without affordable, long-term housing options, young adults who have aged out of the child welfare system will likely be unable to reach their goals, such as completing college or vocational school and finding full-time jobs.
These young adults may no longer need 24/7 supervision, but they do need a safe, affordable place to live. By offering rent-subsidized apartments, supportive housing programs can give those without a traditional support system a solid foundation for starting their adult lives.
Find out about Visions and Pathways' supportive housing options, Bridge House and Village House. To see what a difference supportive housing can make in a homeless young adult's life, read Mary's story.