The Redeem United transition program provides teenagers and young adults, who have grown up in an orphanage or on the streets, with the skills needed to transition into adulthood. We have temporary housing, where we can provide a safe place for teenagers and young adults, while they are going through the transition program. We provide programs, such as: money management, health education, spiritual development, tuition assistance, trade skills, and much more. We believe that educating the most vulnerable population will not only help prevent the cycle of orphans, but it will also aid in bringing people out of poverty.
Currently, we have 6 females living in our transition home: 1 house mama, 3 teenage girls, and 2 toddlers. 1 of the toddlers is the daughter of one of our teenagers and the other toddler is related to our house mama, who has been caring for her since her mom passed away. Each girl in our program is in our scholarship program as well. We provide a few more resources to these students as they don’t have family of their own who are helping them. Each week, we meet with the girls to talk about life, adulthood, making good choices, and setting some goals for where they want to be when the graduate the program.