Hebron Youth Housing Program is available to young adults ages 18-24 at risk of homelessness.
Serving Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington Counties.
Here To Help
Hebron Youth Housing Program helps youths ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness in Waukesha, Washington, and Ozaukee counties. Youth living on the streets, in their vehicle, in emergency shelters, or fleeing domestic violence are a priority, and both individuals and families with children are eligible.
Youths are referred to the program through a coordinated entry process that assesses each young person’s vulnerability, including where they are staying, the length of time they are homeless, and other lifestyle factors. Youths receive intensive case management services and resources to support them on their journey to independent living.
Once ready, we work with youth to secure permanent housing and provide case management services throughout their first lease to address education, employment, life skills, and necessary health services.
our approach to ending youth homelesses
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Access to Services
The Youth System Navigator will connect youth the the Youth Housing Program as well as additional services.
A Joint Transitional Living and Rapid Re-Housing program is available to youth in the WOW Region. This program includes rent assistance, case management, and life skills training.
Call Hebron to get connected to services 262-888-5090