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On Average, Foster Youth Change Homes Every 6 Months

Approximately 25% of emancipated foster youth will live on the streets or in shelters due to lack of independent living preparation, experience stable housing and consistent employment.

Why?

Young people aging out of foster care systems often do not have the life skills necessary to help ease the way from foster care to adulthood.

Therefore they experience higher degrees of
incarceration, poverty, homelessness, and suicide.

Seed House Project A Home With A  Purpose

A Home
With a purpose

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SEED HOUSE PROJECT is a purpose filled housing facility. We’ve created comfortable living and a family-oriented environment.

The ultimate goal of this program is to enable clients to obtain and maintain permanent housing and become self-sufficient.

Seed House Project Housing

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Seed House Project provides a home in which each young person experiencing homelessness can create a foundation in a supportive environment focused on their individual success.
Seed House Project Employment

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Seed House Project provides opportunities for youth to participate in job training workshops, job placement services, and a one-of-a-kind job experience working for our sister program Save A Penny.

Seed House Project Employment

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At Seed House Project, we have professional accountants that help our youth learn how to budget and create a financial plan.
Seed House Project Mentoring

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Seed House Project provides an effective and relatable mentors to help guide our youth. Most of our mentors have a well versed background when it comes to working with our population.