Transitional Living for Young Adults
Too often, teens enter adulthood without the skills and life experience they need to face the world on their own. That’s why Lutheran Services Carolinas has created a program called Transitional Living for Young Adults in South Carolina.
The primary program focus is on young adults, 18 to 25, who have been in foster care and are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Specially trained case managers work with program participants to identify their needs and goals, create a life plan, access resources, and establish a supportive community network. The program offers a safety net of support to these young adults as they struggle to reach self-sufficiency. On a practical level, the program can help young adults find stable housing, learn money management skills, find and maintain employment, finish high school or earn a GED, apply for medical insurance, access community resources, and develop parenting skills.
Participation in the program is voluntary, and case management services are provided at no cost to the participation. The length of program participation will vary.
For more information, contact Jean Keefe, Director of Transitional Living, at 843-601-1243 or email@example.com.