The drop-in center is a program of Safe Alliance’s CARES program. Drop-in provides a physical location in the community where survivors can access trauma-informed, individualized case management and therapeutic services to meet their safety needs and connect with other survivors.
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The Emergency Shelter at the Austin Children’s Shelter Campus provides a safe haven and an opportunity to begin to heal to the thousands of children who are forcibly removed from their homes due to abuse and/or neglect.
Austin Children’s Shelter’s Teen Parent Program gives young women who have grown up in abusive or neglectful homes the support and education they need to care for their children and build independent lives. Our focus on positive parenting skills and building a strong supportive community helps teens break the generational cycle of violence.
The Supervised Independent Living program provides youth who are aging out of the state’s care—but are not quite ready to successfully live independently—the opportunity to further develop adult skills and prepare for a successful independent life. The youth in this program live in a “non-college dorm” setting on campus; for many of them, this is the first time managing their own finances including shopping for their own food and personal items. Supportive adults are available to these residents while they navigate the complexities of young adulthood.