Resources for Transition Age & Independent Living

Branching Out is Omaha Home for Boys Independent Living Program that helps young adults develop the skills and confidence needed to live self-sufficient, productive lives. Click here to learn more.

Bridge to Independence provides stable support for young people as they cross from foster care to adulthood. Click here to learn more.

Children’s Action Network (CAN) uses the power of the entertainment community to increase awareness about children’s issues and to make them a top priority in everyday life. Click here to learn more.

YouthBuild AmeriCorps Program is a national educational, leadership, development and occupational skill-training program for disadvantaged young adults and is a proud partner of the American Job Center Network. Click here to learn more.

Jacobs’ Place is Omaha Home for Boys Transitional Living Program that serves as a resource for youth ages 17 to 20 who struggle with a lack of housing, support, education and independent living skills. Click here to learn more.

Job Corps is a federally-funded comprehensive program that provides essential academic and career skills training and prepares students for success in every aspect of their lives. Click here to learn more.

The preparation, transition, and independent living services program is designed to provide teens with support and guidance with the challenges of becoming independent. Click here to learn more.

At Pine Ridge Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center, we support the Job Corps program’s mission to teach eligible young people the skills they need to become employable and independent and place them in meaningful jobs or further education. Click here to learn more.

Project Everlast is a statewide, youth-led initiative committed to providing resources, connections, and support to young adults as they age out of foster care. Project Everlast’s foster youth services help ensure a smooth transition from foster care to adulthood. Click here to learn more.

Region V Systems is responsible for the development and coordination of publicly funded behavioral health services within its service area. Region V is located in southeast Nebraska and covers approximately 9,308 square miles. Click here to learn more.

If you have any questions or need additional information please contact us at 866.667.2399.