Statewide Rosters for Programs, Services and Key Contacts

THP-Plus Providers

THP-Plus provides 24 months of affordable housing and supportive services to former foster and probation youth ages 18 to 24. The program provides a wide range of supportive services, including case management and counseling, job training and educational support.

THP-NMD Providers

THP-NMD, formerly known as THP+FC, is a foster care placement for youth ages 18 to 21 who are participating in extended foster care (non-minor dependents). THP-NMD provides housing and a wide range of supportive services, including case management and counseling, job training and educational support.

THP-Plus County Contacts

This list includes the county personnel who oversee their county’s THP-Plus contract. Nonprofit organizations interested in becoming THP-Plus providers should use this list to contact their county’s THP-Plus representative.

Extended Foster Care (AB 12) Re-Entry Contacts

This list, maintained by the County Welfare Directors Association provides a point-of-contact or hotline number for youth seeking to re-enter extended foster care. Youth must be informed of their right to re-enter extended foster care at their termination hearing and can re-enter foster care an unlimited number of times until they turn 21.

Independent Living Program Roster

The Independent Living Program (ILP) provides training, services, and benefits to assist current and former foster youth in achieving self-sufficiency prior to, and after leaving, the foster care system. Visit the California Department of Social Services’ website to view the most recent roster of ILP Coordinators, listed by county.

Roster of Youth Providers Funded through the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP)

The 2018-19 state budget included a one-time investment of $500 million to address homelessness through the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP), administered by the California Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council to local Continuums of Care and the state’s 13 largest cities. Of this $500 million a minimum of 5% was required to be dedicated to addressing youth homelessness. Click below to view a roster of the local organizations funded to provide services to homeless youth with this state funding.

Homeless Continuum of Care (CoC) Roster

There are 44 Continuums of Care (CoCs) in California, each one being a regional planning body that coordinates housing and services for homeless families and individuals. CoCs are responsible for administering funding at a local level from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), and new state funding (HEAP and HHAP) from the California Homeless Coordinating and Financing Council.

Roster of Cities Receiving State Homelessness Funds

In the 2019-20 state budget, California’s 13 largest cities with populations over 300,000 received an allocation from the Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention Program (HHAP), along with California’s Continuums of Care and counties. This roster lists these 13 cities and is also inclusive of the 11 that received funds through the Homeless Emergency Aid Program (HEAP) in 2018-19. Click below to view contact information for each of the 13 large cities.

Roster of Counties Receiving State Homelessness Funds

In the 2019-20 state budget, California’s counties received an allocation from the Homeless Housing, Assistance and Prevention Program (HHAP), along with California’s Continuums of Care and large cities. Click below to view contact information for each of the state’s counties that received an allocation.

Campus Support Programs

Campus support programs that are specifically designed for foster youth can be a great resource while attending college. Program services vary considerably and can include personal and academic counseling, financial assistance, housing, mentoring and much more. Get the most accurate information about what each program offers by directly contacting the specific program, click below for the roster.

Foster Youth Services Coordinating Programs (FYSCP)

The California Foster Youth FAFSA Challenge is a statewide campaign to increase the number of foster youth who are prepared for success as they matriculate from high school into college by ensuring that foster youth are accessing financial aid. Efforts are led by county-based Foster Youth Services Coordinating programs in collaboration with local partners.

California Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) & Information and Education Program (I&E) Grantees

Click below to view the roster which provides contact information for agencies that can provide Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE), funded through the Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) and the Information & Education (I&E) Program.

Planned Parenthood Affiliates Roster

For counties without PREP or I&E providers, Planned Parenthood can be a resource for accessing Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE). Click below to view the roster which includes Planned Parenthood affiliates, contact information, and notes whether they can provide California Healthy Youth Act (CHYA)-compliant CSE.