Transitional Living Program
Students who age out of foster care are able to enroll in an 18-21 program with the state that provides financial assistance and support. It is our hope that we can be the bridge from childhood to adulthood for our foster students here on campus at Falcon Children’s Home. The Transitional Living Program (TLP) at Falcon Children’s Home and Family Services seeks to provide quality services to each student that enters the program. Those services are designed to promote independence when leaving Falcon Children Home. The Transitional Living Program incorporates the following objectives:
TLP students are encouraged to seek employment and/or seek higher education. The students enrolled in the program will receive services that enable each student to be self-sufficient. They will be able to effectively communicate with diverse populations and in various situations. Students will obtain strong interpersonal relationship skills to be able to evaluate their own growth. The Transitional Living Program will offer a variety of services geared toward self-awareness, self-assurance, and to achieve independence and to make sound decisions during the transitional process.