Pathways to Adulthood Independent Living Program

Pathways to Adulthood Independent Living Program

Pathways to Adulthood Independent Living Program is a Department of Human Services- (DHS) funded program designed to provide life skills in nine specific areas for foster youth, 16–21 years old, to transition out of foster care. This program is a referral-based program a DHS case worker must submit a referral from within Multnomah, Washington, or Clackamas Counties. Transition services include subsidies for the older youth who can meet requirements.

 

NAYA’s Foster Care Services provides support and resources to families. We do not provide legal advice.