The Transitional Housing Program offers housing for youth ages 18 to 24, who are either working or in school. Many Transitional Aged Youth are emancipated foster youth. At the age of 18, these youth “age out” of the foster care system and are at high-risk of homelessness without the support of friends or family. This program provides independent living skills, job/career development, emotional, and academic support so that each youth may achieve independence. The Penny Lane Transitional Housing Program has also had success in placing its clients into Permanent Housing thus providing safe affordable housing to low income adults and families.
The Permanent Supportive Housing program offers clients a comprehensive and supportive program that provides stable housing with a wide array of services such as case management, transportation assistance, educational assistance, job placement, life skills training, mental and psychiatric health counseling, substance abuse counseling and treatment, and medical and dental assistance.
(818) 892-3423 x1302