THP Plus A project of the JOHN BURTON FOUNDATION with the goal of reducing homelessness among
current and former foster youth in California by improving access to safe, affordable
and supportive housing.
The THP-Plus Statewide Implementation Project works to improve access to two vital
programs in California:
THP+FC, which provides supportive housing to youth age 18 to 21 who are in foster
care; THP-Plus, which provides 24 months of supportive housing to former foster youth, age
18 to 24.
Both programs provide wide range of supportive services, including job training, educational
support, and counseling. The THP-Plus Statewide Implementation Project seeks to expand
access to both programs throughout the state through training, technical assistance,
First Place for Youth Provides current and former foster kids, ages 18-24, with access to housing, education
and employment support in five California counties.
Western Center on Law and Poverty Western Center fights for justice and system-wide change to secure housing, healthcare
and a strong safety net for low income Californians.
Bay Area Legal Aid BayLegal provides expertise in foster care benefits programs and partners with the
Youth Law Center and the Public Interest Law Project to provide trainings in foster
care benefits to attorney and advocate organizations. BayLegal is also on the Foster
Care Benefits Taskforce, a state-wide taskforce that tackles systemic barriers to
benefits for foster care youth.
National Center for Youth Law NCYL improves foster care systems and supports laws and policies which promote the
safety and well-being of children who have been abused or neglected.