Girls' Independent Living Program —
Programs for Young Women

Young women who have successfully completed treatment through Indian Oaks Academy's transitional living programs may move to a more independent living option like an apartment or college campus at the end of their stay.

Indian Oaks provides support to young women during this transition, including helping them locate an apartment, find a job, and adapt to college life. Youth also receive ongoing treatment while participating in the independent living option.

The goal of an Independent Living Option is to provide young women with support as they transition to living on their own.

Snapshot


Independent Living Option


Youth Served: Young women who have successfully completed an Indian Oaks Academy treatment program


Program Model/Services

  • A transition into an independent lifestyle for residents who have successfully completed residential treatment.
  • Clients typically are moving into an apartment, finding a job, or adapting to college life.
  • Youth receive ongoing treatment from Indian Oaks staff.

Accreditation/Licensing

  • The Independent Living Option is licensed by the Child Welfare Agency
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