The Transitional Housing Placement Plus (THP-Plus) Program provides affordable housing and comprehensive supportive services for up to 24 months to help former foster care and probation youth ages 18 to 24 make a successful transition from out-of-home placements to independent living. The program is administered by county departments of social services who either provide the services directly or contract for services with nonprofit THP-Plus providers.
If you are a nonprofit organization interested in becoming a THP-Plus provider, contact your county’s THP-Plus representative. If you are a youth, click here. If you have general questions about the statewide THP-Plus Program, you can contact John Burton Advocates for Youth at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 348-0011.
|2001||AB 427 establishes THP-Plus|
|2002||THP-Plus is de-linked from STEP|
|2003||3 counties implement THP-Plus|
|2004||THP-Plus changes to an annual allocation|
|2005||Eligibility extends to age 24, 5 counties implement THP-Plus|
|2006||60% county share of cost removed, 16 counties implement THP-Plus|
|2007||39 counties implement THP-Plus|
|2008||THP-Plus Participant Tracking System is launched|
|2009||50 counties implement, THP-Plus serves over 2,000 youth for the first time, $5 million reduction to THP-Plus budget for FY 2009-10|
|2010||THP-Plus budget reduced slightly to $35.4 million for FY 2010-11|
|2011||THP-Plus budget is realigned to counties|
|2012||AB 12 is implemented, THP+FC licensing and rate structure established, THP-Plus still serving over 2,000 youth annually|
|2013||THP+FC serves its first 273 non-minor dependents in FY 2012-2013. Some counties begin to make THP-Plus capacity reductions and the number of youth served drops to just above 2000|
|2014||THP+FC serves over 1,000 youth|