Residential Programs

Transition to Independent Living Program

The Brookline Center’s Transition to Independent Living Program (TILP) provides residential services for four homeless young men between the ages of 16-22. The primary goal of the Program is help residents develop skills and behaviors to achieve greater self-sufficiency. Residents live in a staffed apartment in Brookline. All residents attend school or have jobs in the community. Residents stay in the TILP for about 18 months after which they make a transition to living on their own.

For more information on the Transition to Independent Living Program, please contact Laura Kanter, Ph.D. at (617) 277-8107.

Other Resources

National Runaway Switchboard