Housing Programs for Homeless and At-Risk Youth
Larkin Street Youth Services provides homeless and runaway youth with an essential source of stability to help them find a path to a new future – a roof over their heads and a safe place to call home. Through a range of housing options—from emergency homeless shelters to longer-term housing— Larkin Street is able to offer at-risk youth basic necessities, as well as a welcoming environment providing support, stability, and security.
Because homeless children and younger youth (aged 12-17) have different needs from those of older youth (aged 18-24) who find themselves on the street, Larkin Street has developed housing programs for each of these vulnerable populations. Each Larkin Street housing program and facility offers youth age-appropriate support to accommodate each stage of their journey, keeping them on track toward rejoining their families or progressing toward independence and self-sufficiency.