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Visit us at our Drop-in space at
The Hive Collective
1150 A Main Avenue, Durango, CO
Call or text us at 970-335-9667
Oak Tree Youth Resources provides youth the opportunity to receive educational and life skills support. Independent living opportunities, and trauma-informed care for qualifying youth ages 18-24 years. Evidence-based solutions can help make a softer landing for youth transitioning into young adulthood.
Housing support is needed for some youth in Colorado, whether they are aging out of foster care, leaving an unsafe housing situation or are forced to move out. Young people need additional support as they strive to find their own stable, healthy path.
Whether housed in a Transitional Living Program, Host Home or temporary shelter at a motel, young people can access transitional, substance-free housing when available. Short-term host homes can be an intervention for youth who are without housing for any variety of reasons. We will walk alongside young people who are ready to begin receiving supportive services.
Oak Tree Youth Resources believes young people have the right to safe, stable housing they can live in daily. Sometimes, this means educating and supporting youth and families. Youth being without housing is a problem in SW Colorado. Family restorative assistance and recommendations are available.
Imagine a world where all young people have the support they need to be defined by their potential, not their circumstances.
Oak Tree Youth Resources serves youth in Southwest Colorado as a partner with Colorado’s Rural Collaborative on Runaway & Homeless Youth. This is the state’s collective effort to end youth homelessness within the rural counties.
Oak Tree Youth Resources is an approved
organization that has received recognition of federal tax-exempt status as a public charity under
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (Tax ID: 88-0741674)
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