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It is Faith and Fostering’s goal to serve homeless young adults ages 18-24 by wrapping Christ-centered, community volunteers around them to provide support and to assist in finding resources with the goal of independence in 21-24 months. This organization is unique in the fact that it offers more than just serving. Volunteers partner with young adults to offer guidance while they work to reach their fullest potential, and then celebrate as they not only survive but thrive.


Every moment is a fresh beginning.
– T.S Eliot

Program Requirements


  • Age 18-24

  • Self referred

  • Unaccompanied and homeless (may be aging out of foster care, or in extended foster care)

  • Dedicated to working towards independent living

Faith and Fostering:

  • Offers furnished housing 

  • Meets immediate basic needs

  • Provides a support team

  • Provides an assessment to determine future track

  • Assists in locating needed resources

  • Offers free counseling and group sessions

  • Christ-centered acceptance

  • No judgments 

There is no substitute for hard work.

– Thomas Edison    

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Faith and Fostering understands that no two individuals are alike and each have different plans and desires for their future. When entering the program, a personal assessment will be completed to determine which life track the individual will work to complete. The life tracks include On-the-Job Training, College, or Vocational/Trade Training.  

On-the-Job Training

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Vocational/Trade Training

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