TIP Case Manager
The TIP program promotes the development of life skills, academic, and employability skills to help youth transition successfully into healthy young adulthood. Program serves youth ages 14-29 with behavioral health issues and/or special needs to achieve independent living skills and reach their fullest potential. Youth are encouraged to explore their interests and futures in areas such as employment and career, education, housing, personal effectiveness/well-being, and community-life functioning.
Open Hearts Program
Open Hearts Program serves youth ages 13-21 needing assistance being connected to safe and affirming resources for Individual/Family counseling services, Peer support groups, Connecting/Reconnecting to school, Healthcare, HIV/STD Testing/ Substance Abuse, Self-harm Behaviors Housing Resources, Volunteer/community services and Employment resources.
The Open Hearts Program is now accepting new clients and is a volunteer program which promotes LGBTQA Youth connecting services through Informal Case management, Life coaching and mentoring. The Open Hearts Program also welcomes extended support to Civil Citation/Diversion Youth Cases.