The AIC is a partnership between the Department of Human Services and Valley Youth House
Achieving Independence Center
Opened in 2002, the Achieving Independence Center is a “one-stop” center designed to help young people in foster care achieve their future goals of self sufficiency. The AI Center provides diverse services to youth ages 16-21 who are transitioning from foster care to independent living. Offering non-traditional hours, flexible scheduling accommodating in-school and working youth, The AI Center is dedicated to providing support and real life tools for youth who want to make an investment in their future. Each member is guided by a team including an individual coach.
AIC Welcomes Deputy Assistant Secretary GreenbergThe Achieving Independence Center welcomes visitors:Mark Greenberg, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy,Administration for Children and Families, David J. Lett, MSW, MPA, ACSW, Regional Administrator, Administration for Children and ...
Posted May 5, 2012, 1:13 AM by Phila DHS
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Financial Aid and Scholarships GuideFoster Care to Success: America's
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Posted May 5, 2012, 12:30 AM by Phila DHS
Youth Transition Conference 4 UWe want to share an opportunity that you have to learn more about yourselves and plan for independence. We want to make sure that you know you have the right ...
Posted Mar 20, 2012, 9:39 AM by Phila DHS
Think Summer JobsPYN Provides Summer ProgramsWorkReady summer programs are paid, six-week experiences that give young people, ages 14 to 21, the opportunity to learn and earn in corporate or community ...
Posted Aug 9, 2012, 6:35 AM by Phila DHS