The Facilitating Life-skills for Youth (FLY) Program works to promote independence, self-sufficiency, and stability for young adults aged 18-24 through case management services. With a focus on furthering education to reach self-sufficiency, the FLY Program uses a personalized approach based on each individual client’s needs to provide the necessary support for the building of skills which promote long term transformational changes in their lives. Additionally, the FLY program focuses on developing basic life skills, providing emotional support, and helping to identify and connect individuals with services in the community, school, etc. that can provide additional assistance to them.
Who is eligible?
Young adults aged 18-24 who are currently residing in safe and stable housing and who have had contact with DCP&P at some point in their life.
Length of services?
Individuals in the FLY Program can receive case management services for up to 18 months.
What are the services offered?
As a client of the FLY program, you would meet weekly with your case manager, working on identified goals that will help promote self-sufficiency and resiliency through education, employment, financial literacy, and emotional and social wellness.