Often former residents or those in our Transitional Living Program find themselves in financial crises. Just as any family would support their own children after they have left the nest, we can provide financial assistance to our struggling alumni when the situation warrants it. This program is fully dependent upon private contributions.
For former residents who choose to go directly into the work force after graduation from high school, family aid may be available to help with the initial costs of setting up a household.
We offer these services to all of our group home residents and foster children.
Our Scholarship Fund provides for college or vocational training for any resident or foster child of the Children’s Home upon graduation from high school. Those who meet the entrance requirements of their target schools and who do well once enrolled are eligible for scholarship aid. This program is funded entirely by contributions from businesses and individuals.