Transitional Aged Youth
A bridge from youth to independence
Aspiranet’s Transitional Aged Youth programs are a bridge between foster care and independence.
We are dedicated to helping our youth develop necessary life skills, self-reliance, and confidence so they can achieve their goals for the future.
We collaborate with a statewide network of partners to ensure that youth who are aging out of foster care are equipped to navigate the hurdles of young adulthood and become productive members of their communities.
“Helping a youth transition into adulthood is a big responsibility, and I’m grateful every day I get the chance to do it.”
— Samantha LaGrasse, Transitional Aged Youth Division Director
We help with basic needs like transportation and housing, as well as mental health and emotional support.
And we assist youth in securing a safe place to live, ongoing education, job readiness training and employment.
Our programs are a vital launching pad, helping youth lift off to pursue their life dreams and exercise their full potential.
Youth “age out” of foster care each year in California
Transitional Aged Youth supported annually by Aspiranet
Counties where Aspiranet offers TAY services
How you can help
Thousands of children in California are in need of a forever family. Can you offer a child a safe and loving home?
Foster and Adoptive Families
We Believe: Every child deserves to be loved and cared for inside a stable, healthy family.
Family & Community
We Believe: Families thrive when they have robust connections and support in their lives.
We believe: No child is beyond help, and everyone deserves a chance to fulfill their potential.
Intensive Home-Based Services
We believe: When children and families have access to the support and resources to thrive, there's no limit to what they can accomplish.
We believe: Caring and support helps families through challenging times.