By providing education and housing support to former foster youth, along with critically important life-guidance, Journey House helps former foster youth to make a successful transition into self-sufficiency while completing their education and job training. This support includes:
- Financial assistance to former foster youth while they are in school or vocational training, including funding for tuition, fees, and textbooks.
- Housing assistance for former foster youth while they are in school or vocational training.
- Counseling and mentorship to encourage former foster and probation youth to establish the self-discipline they need to stay in school and create an independent life.
- Individual case files to document activity, goals, progress and challenges faced by each youth. The team also tracks and celebrates each milestone in their lives.
- Ensuring that former foster youth receive all public benefits for which they are eligible, including; county after care funding, scholarships, medical benefits and other specialized programs.