Chambliss Center for Children's Transitional Living Program provides stable housing and careful case management for youth who have aged out of traditional foster care at age 18 and have chosen to participate in Extension of Foster Care (EFC) services in the state of Tennessee. We currently have six, single-occupancy duplex units, each fully furnished with a washer/dryer, and with utilities and internet provided. Per the requirements of EFC, our residents must remain enrolled in a secondary or post-secondary education program. While our program does allow for a large measure of independence (there is no 24-hour or on-site supervision), the Transitional Living Specialist will work closely with program residents to make sure they are acquiring the confidence, competence and resources needed for fully-independent living. For more information, contact Transitional Living Specialist Jon Berestecky at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 423-468-1136. Ready to apply? See the links below.
The mission of Chambliss Center for Children is to preserve family unity and to help prevent the
dependency, neglect, abuse and delinquency of children by responding to the community's childcare needs.