The Independent Living program (Transitional Living) provides services for youth who have aged out of foster care, ages 18 to 21. Services are provided in off-campus apartments 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Youth are provided life-skills training, academic support, job training and employment support, and access to community resources. Additionally, the program provides aftercare services for up to one year. This is the only such program in Southeast Georgia for this population. The impact of these services on human services and the community is that it decreases the number of homeless youth and increases youth access to a safe haven. This program offers life-skills training that is targeted toward youth achieving academic and economic success.