The mission of the South Los Angeles Homeless Transition Age Youth (TAY) and Foster Care Collaborative is to prevent and end youth homelessness in the South Los Angeles region.
We bring together a diverse group of organizations and individuals who are committed to working together to influence policy and system change in the South Los Angeles region. Strategic community partnerships are essential for creating a system of care that will best meet the needs of homeless Transition Age Youth (TAY) and Foster Care youth, ages 16-25.
To achieve our mission, our priorities are the following:
Who We Are
Leaders and community stakeholders who serve and are concerned about homeless TAY and Foster Care youth in South Los Angeles. Our Collaborative has members from TAY housing providers, nonprofit organizations serving TAY and Foster Care Youth, TAY, faith-based and church leaders, L.A. County and City agencies, law enforcement, leaders of neighborhood groups, policy organizations, and many others.
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