Independent and Transitional Living is a service provided to teens to teach them the skills necessary to live on their own, such as financial management, career/educational planning, budgeting and other life skills. The recipients of this service are typically children in the custody of the public child welfare system. Some agencies also provide supervised and semi-supervised housing for older teens.
- Submit a Referral
- Behavioral & Developmental Care
- Find a Trainer
- Substitute & Out of Home Care
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