Housing Resources - Rancho San Antonio

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Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Apartments

Rancho privately funds apartments for young men 18-23 years old that are facing housing insecurity and/or that that have completed treatment programs and are no longer monitored by juvenile court. These young men live in fully furnished apartments while working in the local community. Participants are encouraged to establish financial security and pursuit of educational goals. Written contracts detail the rules and expectations all participants must adhere to. The focus of the apartments is to prevent homelessness and offer support to ex-foster youth who need transitional support through provision of housing and encouraging independent functioning.


Apartment Guidelines

  • Youth are former clients of the foster care or juvenile court system
  • Young men only, 18 to 23 years of age
  • Immigration status must permit legal employment in the community
  • Eligible youth who have no viable place to live or ongoing family support
  • Applicants must be motivated to invest in their future through work and education
  • An application and on site interview is required for all applicants
  • An 18 month commitment to the TAY in order to develop life skill goals
  • A $300 security deposit is required

If you are interested in applying,

please contact Paul Garcia at 818-882-6400, Ext. 159 or pgarcia@ranchosanantonio.org


Transitional Housing

If you are currently searching for transitional housing to help you get back on your feet, one of the best resources available is TransitionalHousing.org. This website lets you search by state and/or zip code to find local transitional housing programs in your area. The list is regularly updated.



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