Reaching Clarity, Independent Living Program (ILP), partner with youth in State custody who are at least 18-21 years old. We provide affordable, safe and stable housing. Youth must be willing to develop life skills, vocational skills, create an educational plan or alternative, and work part-time. Our ILP program promotes self-sufficiency by empowering young adults to learn responsibility for their housing and assisting youth with establishing positive community connections.
Youth will develop necessary life tools through coaching, emotional support, and guidance provided by staff and trained personnel. The program goal is to develop daily life skills, financial literacy, education and career development, leadership skills, and build positive self-esteem that will enable youth to make the transition from foster care to independence. The ILP program is idea for young adults who are responsible, goal-oriented, self-motivated and determined to create their own pathway to success.
Reaching Clarity staff is accessible 24-hours a day. We provide 24-hour support to all program residents. ILP participants are paired with a Life Coach that will educate the youths on how to maintain daily living and coping skills; support and guide youth in obtaining educational, vocational and employment opportunities; assist youth in obtaining medical services and securing mental health services as needed.