Independent 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 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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