Non-profit organization with independent 501(c)(3) status

Journey House

Journey House's mission is to support former foster and probation youth to live fully independent, successful lives. Founded in 1983, Journey House provides emotional support and guidance, as well as financial aid to help them with the cost of attending college and vocational schools. We seek to help former foster youth become self-sufficient.


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  • LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge

    Beyond Foster Care - Transition Age Youth

    This Initiative seeks to expand on Journey House’s (JH) Beyond Foster Care (BFC) advocacy program by providing resources to resume BFC’s Speakers Panel. The purpose of the panel is to train former foster youth to become professional level advocates, while simultaneously serving as a tool to train future child welfare leaders on best practice, policy, and curriculum for serving Transition Age Foster Youth.