Transitional Living Program
YES offers a Transitional Living Program (TLP) which provides long-term services to runaway and homeless youth, ages 16 to 21. TLP residents live in apartment-style homes for a maximum of 18 months and work closely with case managers to set and accomplish several goals.
The TLP program is designed to provide an environment in which youth will be able to develop the ability to function independently in the community. TLP offers:
- Supervised housing
- Life skills training
Mental health counseling
Medical screening and referrals
In the News
- yesomaha on 04/21/2014
Tip Top has been a staple in the Benson area for many years. Here are a few things that make this thrift shop one not to miss on your next shopping trip. 1. The merchandise is constantly changing. Tip Top receives donations every day, and they are all priced to sell. The key to finding the best […]
- yesomaha on 03/11/2014
If a youth has ever been in a dangerous situation, they need to know about Safe Place. If a teen is the victim of assault or violence, they need to know about Safe Place. If any young person is ever afraid to return home, they need to know about Safe Place. What is Safe Place? […]
- yesomaha on 02/19/2014
Picture and poem by a current YES youth.
- yesomaha on 02/12/2014
Lonnie’s life has had many different paths, and for a long time it didn’t have a clear direction. At the age of 7, Lonnie was adopted. He had parents, siblings, and a place to call home. But all of that quickly changed after he turned 18. It was at that time his parents decided that […]