Appian House

Appian House is a six-bed transitional living program for youth ages 18-21 who are homeless or exiting the foster care system. Residents are provided guidance and support to complete their education and/or maintain employment that will eventually lead to permanent housing.

Over the course of the 18 month program, each youth participates in the creation of a personalized Individual Development Plan (IDP) with his or her case manager. Independent living skills, such as money management, employment search, nutrition, and interpersonal life skills workshops are offered and included in each youth’s IDP.