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Support and Advocacy for Young Adults in Transition
...helping young adults gain self-sufficiency
in the community since 1997.
Affordable Housing • Help finding a Job • Help getting into College
The Support and Advocacy Program for Young Adults in Transition (SAYAT) offers intensive case management and support services to young adults who require assistance to live independently in the community. The purpose of the program is to provide training and assistance to disenfranchised, disabled young adults to develop the practical skills and goals necessary for independent and successful community living.
Location: San Mateo County
Case managers work with each SAYAT client to:
- Find housing.
- Return to school.
- Obtain vocational training.
- Obtain a job.
Participants must be:
- Between the ages of 18 and 23
- Be considered homeless as defined by HUD
- Reside in San Mateo County
- Have an identified disability*
*Identified Disabilities can include:
- Substance use disorder
- Serious mental illness
- Developmental disability
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Cognitive impairments due to brain injury
- Chronic physical illness or disability
To apply, complete the following forms and mail or fax to the Mental Health Association (MHASMC):
Forms cannot be submitted via email.
Please return forms to:
2686 Spring St
Redwood City, Ca 94063
Phone: (650) 257-8821
Fax: (510) 879-0354