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The case management model supports participants in the residential and continuous care phase of programming. Participants are assigned a case manager to develop a comprehensive service plan which includes goal development, implementation, monitoring, follow-up and discharge planning. Case Managers may also refer participants to additional services throughout the community to build capacity within established communities. In addition, case managers assist participants in developing reintegration plans, such as applying for public assistance programs, accessing child care, transportation and housing in their desired communities.

Seeks to empower expectant mothers to address emotional issues related to early child birth and increase protective factors for future health. Individual counseling is provided by a Licensed Social Worker and addresses topics, such as depression, anxiety, anger management, self-esteem, peer/environment relationships, setting boundaries, co-dependency and other clinical issues.

The program utilizes the ‘Girls Circle’ curriculum developed by the One Circle Foundation and recently found to be the ‘first gender-responsive program in the country that demonstrates effectiveness in reducing delinquency for girls.’ The program utilizes a 10-week curriculum that addresses various topics, specifically in increasing resiliency and skills to increase protective factors. One Circle Foundation’s 2010 evaluation, revealed key health and education by showing significant increases in use of condoms, educational aspirations and educational expectations. In addition, these evaluations showed improved outcomes in self-sufficiency, self-harming behaviors, rates of alcohol use, attachment to school, body image and social support areas.

The Yellow House seeks to educate and empower participants to develop knowledge, skills and abilities to sustain themselves and their children for future generations. Many skills are needed to increase protective factors and resiliency as many of these are absent within the participant’s primary environments and correlates to their current plight.

The Yellow House provides residents with an outlet for exploration of fears and questions about pregnancy and parenting in a supportive and non-judgmental environment. Education and training are key components of the overall program. The training includes weekly classes and/or discussions on health issues during pregnancy and preparation for child birth. These classes include nutrition, feeding options and other family planning training.

The Yellow House equips expectant mothers to be self-sufficient and promote job/career retention. The job readiness program provides skill training in current industries, workforce development, such as communication and other interpersonal skills, life management, decision making and customer services skills. Participants attend assigned classes during the program and must actively participate in the local Workforce Solutions’ programs.

The Yellow House prepares participants to manage their finances with classes on budgeting, checking and savings, income attainment and the importance of credit on current and future success.

The Yellow House offers the opportunity for peer-to-peer and community interaction to enhance social skills. This also presents an opportunity for participants to practice their socialization skills within their home communities and increase their self-esteem.

The Yellow House supports the education of participants by providing transportation to their home or local school districts. In addition, on-line education services and general educational development (GED) programs offer participants a chance to complete high school graduation. The Yellow House also provides tutoring, college planning and financial aid support to further participants’ educational aims. Participants may also participate in the WIN Job Center training programs that provides grants for customized job training.


To qualify for a The Yellow House, a mother must be:

  • Willing to live in community
  • Homeless and pregnant or with a child less than 4 years of age
  • Age 16 – 22
  • Free from immediate physical danger

Intake Process

The process begins with our Program Director at 769-218-0013

If a call is unanswered, we ask that a message be left as calls are returned in the order in which they are received.

The intake call is followed by a meeting where we complete a series of interview questions to determine if The Yellow House is an appropriate program. Moms are asked to bring proof of pregnancy.

The intake process can range from one day to a few weeks depending on availability.

“This program is supported by the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) of the United States (U.S.) Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of a financial assistance award totaling $250,000 with 75% funded by ACF/HHS and $62,500 amount and 25% funded by non-government source(s). The contents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement by, ACF/HHS or the U.S. Government.

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