SCHYP - Supportive Community Housing for Youth Programs: Rapid Rehousing & Housing Young Families

SCHYP is a community housing program that supports homeless young families and young adults residing in Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties. The program aims to help young people learn to become self-sufficient individuals. SCHYP programs include Rapid Rehousing & Housing Young Families. For more information, click the links below.

Rapid Rehousing is a program that provides housing options for everyone ages 18 – 24. Youth who are homeless and need support and guidance to live successfully independently are given housing options such as shared apartments and are offered services that build life-skills, work through past traumas, job search, and more through Rapid Rehousing.
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Housing Youth Families is a program that provides housing options for youth ages 18-21 who are also pregnant and/or parenting (single parents or families). The youth in the program will receive support, guidance and tools to live successfully independently. Youth are provided options for housing, life-skills building, and other supportive services.
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