Transitional Living Program

    HighPoint, NC Facility

    The Youth Focus Transitional Living Program serves young women ages 16 to 21 who are homeless and who, because of their special needs, require additional assistance to allow them to achieve independence. This project provides services exclusively to young women who are pregnant or parenting a young child or other females in need of transitional living services. Priority is given to Guilford County residents meeting these requirements who are able to function with a low level of supervision. Residential services are provided in two group living facilities operated by Youth Focus and in a scattered site housing program. Services to these young women include professional counseling for any emotional problems they may possess, drug and alcohol counseling if necessary, vocational/educational training, parent education services and independent living skills training.

    To apply for admission, please call 336-882-1662 and complete an application for service:APPLICATION

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    Greensboro, NC Facility

    In an exciting new venture Youth Focus, UNCG, the YWCA, GTCC, the City of Greensboro and the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency collaborated to open a maternity home for young women ages 18-21 in Greensboro. The facility is known as My Sister Susan's House. The program opened in March of 2010.

    To apply for admission contact Sarah Roethlinger at 336-273-4687. The facility is ICF construction (insulated concrete forms). It is a highly energy efficient structure that obtained LEED status.