- Skip Navigation

Note: This message is displayed if (1) your browser is not standards-compliant or (2) you have you disabled CSS. Read our Policies for more information.

  • Business & Agriculture
  • Residents
  • Government
  • Education
  • Taxes & Finance
  • Visiting & Playing
  • Family & Health

Indiana Department of Child Services

DCS  > Foster Care > Foster Child Resources > Older Youth Initiatives > Housing Programs Available in Indiana for Youth Aging out of Foster Care Housing Programs Available in Indiana for Youth Aging out of Foster Care
The Fostering Independence program in Indianapolis combines transitional housing and supportive services to help meet the needs of former foster youth up to the age of 25 from all over the state. Youth involved in the Fostering Independence program do so voluntarily and are expected to actively participate in all program components. The youth participate in a personalized program, receiving case management services and linkages to rigorous job training and educational opportunities.
Transitional Living Program in Mishawaka-Provides longer term residential services to homeless youth ages 16-21 for up to 18 months. These services are designed to help youth who are homeless or in need of housing services make a successful transition to self-sufficient living. Participants in the program are runaway and homeless youth who are emancipated, parenting or currently pregnant, non-wards, or have the consent of legal guardians.
Transitional Living Program in Bloomington-
Stepping Stones provides a structured environment where young people can hone their skills while taking their first steps in this critical transition!