TPCH and the City of Tucson Announce the Part III of three-part Foster Care Training Series and Family Unification Program Voucher Availability

The Homeless Youth Coalition of TPCH is hosting its third and final segment of the three-part training series on Foster Care. Part III, Policies and Programs Serving Older Youth, will take place at the Goodwill Metro Re-engagement Center (REC) on Thursday, March 2, 2023 from 3-4:30pm.

This training will be in person and pre-registration is required. Register here, or download the flier below for a QR code to register.

A special part of this agenda will include staff from the City of Tucson Public Housing Authority, who will be sharing updates on the availability of Family Unification Vouchers, which serve youth exiting the foster care system. This program has immediate availability to enroll 75 eligible youth in housing.

Click here to download the flier.

What is the Family Unification Program?

The Family Unification Program (FUP) is a program under which Housing Choice Vouchers (HCVs) are provided for families engaged with the child welfare system and unaccompanied youth age 24 and younger who are aging out of or have aged out of the foster care system.

Eligibility restrictions do apply. The City of Tucson Public Housing Authority currently has immediate availability to enroll 75 eligible youth in the program which provides up to 36 months of rental assistance.

Join us on March 2 to learn more about eligibility requirements and the process for helping eligible youth receive FUP housing assistance.

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