Independent Living Services is provided to youth currently in foster care beginning at age 13 and continues through age 23.  Youths, ages 13-17, currently in foster care are assigned a Primary Case Manager who assures integration of all services provided to the youth, and an IL Case Manager who coordinates delivery of individualized life skills services based on the child’s strengths and areas of needs.

Young adults formerly in foster care are assigned an IL Case Manager who provides support in accessing community resources, completing EFC, PESS and Aftercare applications, navigating the educational system, exploring scholarships and grants, and amongst other traditional case management responsibilities, facilitates training on a variety of topics to expound upon developmental and skill building information and activities previously delivered while in foster care.

Helpful Resources:

Keys to Independence Drivers’s License Pilot Project