LifeTies operates two group homes in Mercer County;
Triad House is a 24-hr residential group home program for male and female Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered and Questioning (GLBTQ) and GLBTQ-friendly youth, ages 14-18, who are victims of abuse, neglect and/or homelessness. Please contact Tamra Hooks, Triad House Program Director at email@example.com with referral questions.
Rainbow House is a 24-hr special needs housing program for medically fragile female adolescents, ages 12-21, who are living with Lupus, Diabetes, HIV and/or AIDS. Please contact Trace Bass, Rainbow House Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with referral questions.
LifeTies also offers a living skills and permanent supportive housing program:
T.I.L.T. (Teenage Independent Living Training) is a program that serves male and female adolescents, ages 15-21, which focuses on independent living skills for those without family support. TILT can only accept youth referred by the Division of Child Protection and Permanency(DCPP) and Unified Care Management(UCM). Please contact Tara Rivas, TILT Program Director at email@example.com with referral questions.
Mary’s Place is a permanent supportive housing program for aging out youth (male and female), ages 18-21. Please contact Robin Wilkins, Mary’s Place Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with referral questions.