COHHIO, with support from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office, presents three spring seminars on working with transition age youth.

April 15: Building Meaningful Supports with Transition Age Youth (3 free CEUs)

  • Learn how helping youth build and re-build meaningful connections with family, friends and community can help them be more successful
  • Examine different program models
  • Hear from Frontline Service of Cleveland about their Family Connections program

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April 29: Engaging and Retaining Transition Age Youth in Adult Systems (3 free CEUs)

  • Learn why adult systems struggle to engage young adults
  • Explore practical solutions
  • Hear from Beth Fetzer-Rice, Executive Director of Homeless Families Foundation, and Danielle Otte, Program Director of Rapid Re-Housing, YMCA of Central Ohio

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May 6: Successful Employment Models for Transition Age Youth (3 free CEUs)

  • Learn why young adults often struggle with traditional employment models
  • Gain knowledge about new models, interventions, strategies
  • Hear from Daybreak of Dayton and Lawrence Jackson, Grants and Program Manager of Franklin County’s A.M.P. program

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All three events will be held at:

Franklin County Children’s Services
855 W. Mound Street
Columbus, Ohio 43223