HOMELESS TEEN TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM
Preparing for Self-Sufficiency
Youth Haven’s Homeless Teen Transitional Living Program (HTTLP) is the only program in Collier County for youth experiencing homelessness and in need of assistance in making a successful transition to self-sufficient and sustainable living. By helping them to heal from their severe trauma and build skills that promote a healthy transition into adulthood, we accomplish this.
The program addresses the various developmental, educational, emotional, social, physical, and mental health needs of homeless youth and utilizes individual service plans and offers life skills classes that promote independence and housing readiness.
Helping teens on their transition to adulthood.
The Life Skills Program is part of our HTTLP and was developed to promote independence, offering classes and workshops that help teens make a successful transition to self-sufficiency and sustainable living. The classes take place on a weekly basis in Rob’s Cottage. In addition to Rob’s Group Home residents, all youth ages 14 and older that reside on our campus may attend the classes. Some topics covered include: safe and healthy bodies, setting goals for educational success, financial literacy, job readiness, healthy meal planning and cooking and cyber safety. The life skills participants have also gone on outings visiting businesses like Blank Cape of Collier to learn relaxation methods and Progress Rail to learn about manufacturing.
Heal from Trauma
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