GROUP HOME FOR HOMELESS TEENS
Youth Haven’s Transitional Living Cottage, Rob’s Group Home, provides comprehensive 24-hour care, with a longer average length of stay for homeless unaccompanied youth ages 16 to 19. Rob’s Group Home offers our homeless teens a safe and caring environment, a place to sleep and access to intensive case management, educational support, nutritious meals, and medical and mental health services. The program focuses on high school graduation, job readiness, preparing for higher education, and strengthening community connections.
Rob’s Group Home is a voluntary residential program with an extensive screening process. Referrals are accepted from our community partners including local school guidance counselors, social workers, Youth Relations Deputies and the Juveniles at Risk program. We provide structured Case Management with the expectation of working toward self-sufficiency. Goals are set at intake and we have a weekly case review to monitor the progress of each goal and address behavior issues.
More than just a group home.
These unaccompanied teens have been living in the shadows for many years and our community has lacked much needed services to serve this population. These invisible teens have been neglected, abused, locked out, living on the street or couch surfing. Luckily, Youth Haven worked with our community partners to address the need.
Rob’s is financed in part by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and Collier County Community and Human Services Division.
24/7 Housing in a Home-like Environment
3 Meals a Day, Everyday
Medical, Dental & Mental Health
High School Education
Higher Education Preparation
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