Helping Utah's most vulnerable

Young Women's Transition Home

Young Women's Transitional Home

Volunteers of America, Utah's Young Women's Transitional Home serves homeless young women, ages 16 - 20 along the Wasatch Front

VOA’s Young Women’s Transition Home provides one of the critical first steps to self-sufficiency – safe shelter. Throughout this 18 month program, staff will provide case management, goal setting, groups, and classes that teach critical life skills.

Clients will receive guidance and structure to help transition from instability and homelessness to reunification with family or independent living. Life skill building, career counseling, educational support and other services are provided to you in a supportive transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency. Staff will also aid clients in their search for stable housing solutions by offering access to services and opportunities to gain the skills, education and employment necessary to become self-sufficient and independent upon exiting the program. We will continue to provide services after moving out through our aftercare program to continue to support you on journey of success and independent living.

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    Eligibility

    To be eligible for this program you must be a homeless female between the ages of 16 - 20.

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    How to Enroll

    If you are interested in enrolling in this program, scheduling an interview or tour, or have further questions please email the Program Manager, Summer Elton, at summer.elton@voaut.org.

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    Hours of Operation

    The Young Women's Transitional Home operates 24 hours a day, Monday through Sunday.

For inquiries please contact Program Manager Summer Elton
Phone: 801.359.5545
summer.elton@voaut.org