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Scattered Site Supportive Housing Program

The Scattered Site Supportive Housing Program provides housing and transitional services in Queens for young adults 18-25 years of age who have spent at least one year past their 16th birthday in foster care and are at risk of street or sheltered homelessness. The program provides housing while young adults transition from foster care to independence.

Who Can Benefit from this Program

Young adults formerly in foster care who are at risk of homelessness

Age Criteria or Other Eligibility Requirements

Age 18-25; must have spent at least one year past their 16th birthday in foster care and are at risk of street or sheltered homelessness

How to Access this Program or Service

NYC Administration for Children’s Services (ACS) Teen Support Unit

 

This program is associated with...

Foster Care

For over 50 years, SCO's Foster Care practice has been helping children and their families grow, heal and thrive. We find safe, temporary families for children and teens throughout New York City and Long Island. Read More

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We provide

24,000

families and individuals with support services and community activities

340

young adults served by SCO are in college this academic year