Information About THP-NMD
The Transitional Housing Placement for Non-Minor Dependents (THP-NMD), formerly known as Transitional Housing Placement Plus Foster Care (THP+FC),* is a licensed placement for youth, ages 18-21 who are participating in extended foster care, which was established by Assembly Bill 12, the California Fostering Connections to Success Act.
THP-NMD is modeled after the THP-Plus Program, and provides housing and comprehensive supportive services. THP-NMD providers are certified by county departments of social services and licensed as Transitional Housing Placement Providers by the Community Care Licensing (CCL) Division of the California Department of Social Services. To learn more about the THP-NMD Housing Supplement established in the FY 2021-21 state budget, visit this webpage.
*Senate Bill 612 (Mitchell) changed the name of the placement, effective January 1, 2018.
THP-NMD Provider Roster
View a statewide roster of THP-NMD programs
Becoming a THP-NMD Provider
Learn the steps to becoming a state-licensed, county-certified THP-NMD provider
If you are a current or former foster youth looking for information about AB 12/extended foster care, visit JBAY’s webpage on the California Fostering Connections to Success Act.
If you are already participating in extended foster care and would like to live in transitional housing for your placement, ask your social worker or probation officer for information about THP-NMD programs in your area or download the list HERE. (FYI-this program was formerly known as “THP+FC,” so some people may recognize it by that name).