Independent Living Skills Program offers youth ages 14 to 21 years who are emancipating/emancipated out of the foster care system or were on probation and are in out-of-home placement assistance in gaining life skills necessary in order to become self-sufficient and successful adults. Life skill topics covered: opening a bank account, obtaining your California ID card, conducting job searches, researching secondary education options, money management, and more!
Youth and young adults get to meet others who have shared experiences. There are also classes in interpersonal skills such as creating healthy relationships, self-defense, dental health, and etiquette.
There are also fun events like laser tag, bowling, and seasonal dinners. Please see the current calendar below.
For more information contact: Welcome to the ILSP Program!
Amanda Ekman, MSW, Social Worker Supervisor Incentives to Participate
Child Welfare Services
25 N. Cottonwood Street
Woodland, CA 95695