Programs

Overview

We serve unaccompanied homeless and at risk youth up to their 25th birthday. Our ongoing mission is to end the cycle of youth homelessness. The foundation of our work is based around the national organization's pillars of support (Street Outreach, Outreach Centers, Mentoring and Housing) as defined here. However, each chapter is given the flexibility to address local issues nimbly and specific to the needs of the local communities they serve. The Orange County chapter does this through two main programs, Roadmap to Success (RMTS) and Journey to Self-Sufficiency (JTS), as well as supplemental programs: WeDeliver, STEM (science, technology, engineering, math), Entrepreneurship, and OC Colleges Project.  All of these programs are defined below.

Roadmap to Success (RMTS)

The RMTS program is an in-school or after-school program focused on supporting school-aged students, ages 12 to 18, who are at-risk of experiencing homelessness or identified under the McKinney-Vento Act in the county's school systemLearn More.

Journey to Self-Sufficiency (JTS)

The JTS program is a 5 Stage mentoring program targeted to helping young adults between the ages of 18 and 24, who are experiencing or at-risk of experiencing homelessness by equipping them with the tools, skills and support system they need to thrive. Learn More

WeDeliver

The WeDeliver program is a food and supply delivery program that every single one of our youth can access to help them get the nutrition and basic needs they need to effectively focus on a healthy and safe futureLearn More.

STEM Program

The STEM program is geared to our school-aged youth as a way to raise awareness of STEM-related fields. Learn More.

OC Colleges Project

The OC Colleges Project is a program geared to support college students between the ages of 18 to 24 who are housing insecure or experiencing homelessness in the county. Learn More

Entrepreneurship Program

This 15-week Entrepreneurship Program is for youth ages 16-24, and is designed to awaken the potential entrepreneur in our youth. Learn More.


 

StandUp for Kids - Orange County utilizes the HMIS database to track and report services provided to clients receiving assistance in our Rapid Rehousing Programs. 

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If you are experiencing homelessness in the Orange County area and are between the ages of 12 and 24, please call our hotline at (714) 356-5437.

For more information contact us at orangecounty@standupforkids.org