Permanent Supportive Housing

Exits To Success Permanent Supportive Housing

Located at 23 E. Columbia Street in Evansville, IN, our first Permanent Supportive Housing home for youth offers seven beds and a room for pregnant and parenting youth.  The home, currently under renovation, is slated to be complete in the winter of 2021, with the first move-in to occur in March of 2022.  ETS is a 1-3 year program for youth, and youth live in the home for the duration of program enrollment.  To qualify for housing, youth must be 18-years of age and homeless without resources of any kind.  Referrals for program housing can be made through Aurora, Inc, Indiana Department of Child Services Case Managers (DCS) CASA, Evansville Police Department, George Jr. Republic, United Methodist Youth Home (UMYH) and Y&E.  Youth can also self-refer.

Our home, the first of its kind in Evansville, IN, focuses on the individual success of each youth that enters our front doors.  Our program provides dedicated services, in a home setting, for youth.  Youth are required and expected to follow all program guidelines.  Youth not enrolled in our housing program, but who are enrolled in the IATT Project, are also expected to adhere to program guidelines during the administration of those services and programs.

Home Amenities

  • Double-Room Occupancy
  • On-Site Laundry Facilities
  • WiFi
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen
  • Two Full and One Half Baths
  • Security Access
  • Privacy Fencing
  • Individual Safe-Box Access for Youth Valuables


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In Assistance Provided To Homeless Youth In 2021