Independent & Transitional Living

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.

A New Leaf
Beech Acres Parenting Center
Beech Brook
Christian Children’s Home of Ohio
Community Teaching Homes
Hittle House
Lighthouse Youth Services
New Beginnings Residential Treatment Center
Oesterlen Services for Youth
P.A.L. Mission
Pathway Caring for Children
Pressley Ridge
Safely Home
Shelter Care
St. Aloysius Orphanage
St. Joseph Orphanage
The Children’s Center of Ohio
The Marsh Foundation
The Twelve of Ohio
The Village Network
UMCH Family Services
Youth Advocate Services