Transitioning Youth Program Community Resource Guides
- Abilene (PDF)
- Austin (PDF)
- Beaumont (PDF)
- Dallas (PDF)
- El Paso (PDF)
- Houston (PDF)
- Lubbock (PDF)
- McAllen (PDF)
- Midland/Odessa (PDF)
- San Antonio (PDF)
- Tyler (PDF)
More Transitioning Youth Resources
- Preparation for Adult Living (PAL): A program that helps you build skills needed for adult life after foster care. Go to the Texas Foster Youth Connections website for more information.
- adolescent 2 Adult (a2A): A rewards program for completing preventive health appointments like Texas Health Steps and dental checkups.
- Education and Training Voucher (ETV): A program to help youth ages 16 through 23 with books and other expenses while in college or a work training program. Call 1-877-268-4063 or visit www.TexasETV.com.
STAR Health members can also get help with tuition and fee waivers. This means that you will not have to pay tuition and fees at a Texas state supported school or college! You may request an application by calling 2-1-1 or by going to www.TexasYouthConnection.org.
Helpful Phone Numbers
|24-hour nurse advice line
|Texas Youth hotline||1-888-580-4357|
|Texas Runaway hotline||1-888-580-4357|
|Education and Training Voucher (ETV)
Contains information for youth transitioning out of foster care.
The Texas Homeless Network (THN) provides support and education for homeless people in Texas.
A free education and training program to help young people learn new skills, earn a high school diploma or GED, and find and keep a good job.
Foster Care Alumni of America (FCAA) helps connect the alumni community and provides support for people in and from foster care.
The Texas Foster Youth Justice Project helps current and former foster youth understand their legal rights.
Casey Life Skills can help youth in foster care improve skills and strengths.
The Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program helps Texas youth to transition to self-sufficiency.