Provides comprehensive academic, social, financial, and professional support to help college students in foster care succeed.

Connects students in foster care with long-term, one-on-one tutors to help them master academic skills. Tutors also serve as mentors, modeling positive academic behaviors, assisting in the development of organizational and self-advocacy skills, and fostering persistence and resilience.

A home and community-based program that assists OPWDD-eligible children and adults with developmental disabilities in maximizing their potential for independence, through one-on-one skills training with a specialist.

Day programming for OPWDD-elgible adults with developmental disabiliites, providing them with an opportunity to connect with peers and others in their community through social, volunteer, and work-related activities. Site-based and Without Walls options available.

Provides housing to OPWDD-elgible adults with developmental disabilities. Options include Supervised IRAs with 24/7 supervision, Supportive IRAs with more limited in-home staffing, and Independent Living units for those that can live on their own in the community.

Provide housing and social support to young adults that are either aging out of foster care or in the shelter system.

Medical services for young people in foster care ages 0-21 are provided at our clinics located in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island, and include pediatric medical and dental services, optometry services, and intensive medical case management.

Comprehensive care management and coordination for children that have complex and intersecting medical and mental health needs.

Provides mental health services and support for LGBTQIA+ youth and their families.

Provides in-home family therapy and case management support to decrease the behaviors of at-risk youth, such as associations with antisocial peers, drug use, and
corresponding family challenges.
(Evidence-Based Model: Brief Strategic Family Therapy)

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