A Host Home Model Program connecting youth who are experiencing housing instability with volunteer homes.
Housing 101 provides counselling and rental assistance to former foster care youth.
Pride provides housing education, case management and rental assistance to LGBTQ+ youth. Valley Youth House’s Pride program gives youth the opportunity to embrace their identity and overcome the obstacles presented by housing insecurities and homelessness.
Host Homes provide a LGBTQ+ young person ages 18-25 who is experiencing homelessness in Philadelphia with a safe, welcoming, and affirming private and dedicated space for 1-6 months.
Supportive Housing for Homeless Families aims to reduce out-of-home placement of children due to chronic homelessness, and includes rental assistance, benefits qualification and application, housing identification & lease support, case management, parenting and life skills training, employment assistance and linkage to community service.
The Rapid Rehousing Program helps unstably housed youth and families obtain a stable place to live by assisting them in obtaining their own apartment.
REAL provides semi-supervised independent living services for youth transitioning out of a more structured setting or foster care. Youth live in groups of apartments or homes with other housemates.
Room & Board provides financial aid and casework support, including payment for shelter, food, rent, security deposits, utilities, furniture, household items and other start up expenses.
The Supervised Independent Living program supports youth in finding an apartment, signing a lease, and obtaining services such as utilities.
The Supervised Independent Living Plus (SIL+) supports youth in finding an apartment, signing a lease, and obtaining services such as utilities.
This program provides housing and support for female-identifying survivors ages 14-21.
TLP is a federal program providing semi-supervised independent living for homeless and runaway youth. Living in groups of apartments with housemates in a semi-staffed setting, the youth are given appropriate freedom and responsibility in order to prepare them for independence