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Safe & Affirming Housing is a Human Right

360 Youth Services is proud to offer housing to youth experiencing Homelessness. Through our Emergency Youth Shelter, Transitional and Rapid Rehousing Programs, and Cornerstone Group Home, we serve young people ages 13-24 and work side by side with young people to ultimately transition to independence. Our programs use Housing First practices and the lens of harm reduction, trauma-informed care; we affirm BIPOC and LGBTQ individuals and utilize positive youth development to help young people access housing, support services and skills needed to break the cycle of Homelessness.

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  • In response to the rise in youth homelessness during the COVID-19 Pandemic, 360 launched an Emergency Shelter Hotel Program in January 2021
  • We provide hotel rooms in DuPage County for youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness
  • Our goal is to quickly bring youth sleeping outside or in their vehicles into a safe and warm environment
  • Residents are linked to Case Management, Life Skills and access to Public Benefits while waiting for more stable housing options in transitional or rapid rehousing programs

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Transitional Housing

  • 18 to 24 months of housing for youth ages 18-24 who are experiencing homelessness
  • Offers safe and stable apartments
  • Offers a structured program designed to help youth make improvements towards independence
  • Focuses on education, employment, and other life skills
  • Goal is to graduate into permanent housing with ability to live independently

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LGBTQ+ Housing

  • Youth of all sexual orientations and gender identities or expressions are welcome in our housing program
  • Offers a safe and affirming place to live along with other supports such as counseling services and life skills classes
  • Helps connect youth with safe and affirming community personnel and systems
  • Youth who identify as LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning) are 40% more likely to experience homelessness

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Cornerstone Group Home

  • Short-term, residential group housing for youth-in-care boys ages 13-17
  • Youth are unable to live with their families due to circumstances such as abuse, drug use, emotional or behavioral instability, or other mental health issues
  • Provides a safe and welcoming home environment
  • Offers counseling and life skills groups
  • Tangential goal is to prevent further involvement in the juvenile justice or child welfare system

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Rapid Rehousing

  • One of the first rapid rehousing programs for youth in Chicagoland, and the first in DuPage County
  • Designed to help youth quickly exit homelessness and enter or return to permanent housing
  • Prioritizes youth who don’t need intensive and ongoing support
  • Tailored to the unique needs of each youth based on preferences and financial resources

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