Support and Outreach Services

OutreachStreet Outreach

We provide on the street assistance to youth and young adults (ages 10-24) who find themselves living on the streets or being at-risk of homelessness. Our mobile outreach team reaches out daily to offer:
Snacks and food
Counseling services
Hygiene items
Supply items
Clothing
Referrals to community agencies
Drop-in services

Young people are also encouraged to access our drop-in center at 301 West Figueroa for basic needs assistance and help with short and long term goal development.

Transitional Age Youth (TAY)
Our staff works directly with youth between the ages of 16-24 who are dealing with issues related to self-sufficiency, independence, and development of personal potential. These services are targeted to youth who are transitioning or have transitioned out of foster care, the juvenile justice system, or the Noah’s Anchorage residential program.

TAY staff provides assistance with:

Independent living skills
Identifying and meeting educational goals
Finding and gaining employment
Securing a safe place to live
Accessing physical and mental health services
Linkage to Community Resources
Transportation access

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