RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

DCS operates 2 Transitional Independent Living (TIL) programs: Mothers Gaining Hope House (MGH) and The CONNECT House. Residents receive case management services and counseling to assist with education and career goals, financial literacy, health education, healthy relationship development, and healthy parenting skills (for MGH participants). The primary goal of our TIL programs is to move the youth towards independent living by providing them with the resources and skills to live in the community as self-sufficient adults.

Mother's Gaining Hope House

Mothers Gaining Hope House (MGH) is for:
- Pregnant and parenting
- Runaway or homeless
- Adolescents ages 16-20
- For a period of up to 24 months. 

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The CONNECT House

The CONNECT House is for:
- LGBTQ+
- Runaway/homeless
- Adolescents ages 16-20 
- For a period of up to 24 months.