Children & Young Adults

EMERGENCY & TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

If things are really tense or scary at home, and staying with friends or relatives is not an option, sometimes it is safer to stay at an emergency or “runaway” shelter. These shelters provide housing for youth for a limited amount of time. Some shelters also provide transitional housing, for more lengthy stays.

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HEALTHCARE & COUNSELING SITES

Healthcare resources, free clinics and low-cost care for youth and young adults.

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EMPLOYMENT SITES

Sites and resources available for teens and young adults seeking employment.

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EDUCATION SITES

Education resources for disadvantaged and foster youth.

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Youth in Transition Publications

CLC has put together four brochures for Minnesota metro area foster care children who are in the process of transitioning out of foster care. These brochures contain a comprehensive listing of healthcare and employment resources available to youth and young adults. Read More.

Know Your Legal Rights and Options

CLC has also developed helpful information for people of all ages to understand their rights and legal options in different situations.  Click here to download the brochure you are interested in:

YOUR RIGHTS WHEN INTERACTING WITH THE POLICE

CLC has created this great fact sheet based on “What to Do if You’re Stopped by the Police” by the ACLU. Many thanks to the ACLU for the amazing work they do, and for their permission to share this information. Click HERE to Download. FactSheet – Talking with Police

For ADDITIONAL RESOURCES please click here.