Unity Care’s housing programs provides current and former foster youth, including probation youth, ages 16–21 with safe, secure, and affordable housing while they focus on their emotional, educations, and employment goals. We integrate resources and support services to ensure the well-being of those we serve, creating a home-like environment where youth feel protected.
Our youth homes are certified Transitional Housing Placement Programs homes providing housing for both minors and non-minor dependents, specifically transitional age (TAY) foster youth. All youth in Unity Care THPP programs participate in the Independent Living Program (ILP) and/or Transition to Independence Process (TIP) program designed to educate youth with independent living skills including budgeting, college enrollment and financial aid support, job search assistance, driver’s education, case management, preparing meals, and other needs as identified. Youth also receive support to access mental health services.
Transitional Housing Placement Program for Minor Foster Children (THPP–M) | Ages 16–18
Formerly known as THPP. Current foster and probation youth ages 16–18, learning necessary life skills to live independently while living in Unity Care housing with on-site staff.
Transitional Housing Placement Program for Non-Minor Dependents (THPP–NMD) | Ages 18–21
Formerly known as THPP+FC. Current and former foster youth ages 18–21, including probation youth, learning necessary life skills while living independently in Unity Care housing or a remote site of their choice.
Unity Place Affordable Housing
Affordable housing complex in San Jose for former foster youth and extremely low income families. An on-site property manager and dedicated case managers connect qualifying residents with community support services.
Join our housing campaign to reduce homelessness for youth aging out of foster care.
Unity Care offers housing solutions that provide youth and young adults a safe and secure place to live as they focus on their emotional, educational, and employment goals. We integrate resources and support services to ensure the well-being of those we serve, and create a home-like environment where youth and families feel protected.
Unity Care invites the community to partner with us to help find solutions to the biggest issue facing Silicon Valley—affordable housing. Your support will help us reduce homelessness for youth aging out of foster care.
If you are interested in supporting our housing campaign, read our guide or please provide your information to learn more!