Opportunity Passport™ prepares youth ages 14-26 currently in or leaving foster care for independent adulthood through financial education paired with a matched-savings program. Youth with the fewest supports and highest level of need, including pregnant and parenting teens, have the highest rate of savings and matches.
MAAC Employment & Training
The vision of the MET program is to provide young adults who have experienced foster care with the skills, connections, and opportunities to succeed in the workforce through high-demand IT and technical apprenticeships.
Teen Parent Connection
Teen Parent Connection employs professional Life Coaches to provide parenting and life skills education, including financial/household management, educational and employment assistance, and mentoring to pregnant and parenting teens in care.
The MET program is also able to support alumni of foster care between ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity, offering youth a varied mix of supports dependent on their needs for 6-12 months via the MET Housing program.
The holistic program model also includes education, advocacy, employment opportunities, emergency assistance, and ongoing connections to a community of support to promote long-term stability.