The Transitional Care program aims to equip teens and young adults coming from difficult and vulnerable social backgrounds, with the educational and social skills that will help them cope with the complexity of life and assist them transition into adapted, competent and responsible adults.
Transitional Care program participants are 15 to 22 years old, come from the foster care or institutional care system (orphanages), and have a desire to continue their education beyond the minimal mandatory level.
The duration of a child’s participation in the program is 1 to 5 years and involves:
- Academic Support Services
- Career Development Services
- Case Management Services
- Exposure to Christian Values and Faith
- Individual Psychological Counseling
- Life Skills Trainings
- Medical Treatment (through referral to a medical clinic)
- Monthly Financial Support
- Service Planning
- Volunteer Opportunities in the Local Community
- Youth Circle of Support