Crisis Residential Units for Youth

Common Ground offers three residential programs supporting youth, ages 10-22, in crisis. Programs range from a two-week program to subsidized apartment housing and may include:
• Care and supervision
• Counseling
• Independent living skills
• Mentoring
• Education and career assistance

For more information about these programs and how to be considered for admission, call our Resource & Crisis Helpline at 800-231-1127.


Youth Residential Services

The Sanctuary—3-week voluntary residential counseling program for runaway/homeless youth ages 10-17, with a focus on family reunification.

A Step Forward—transitional living housing for homeless youths ages 16-20 for up to 18 months.

Graduated Apartment Program—subsidized apartment living for up to two years for homeless youths ages 17-24.  Residents must maintain employment and an education plan.

Additional Residential Services include: