Realities for Children Boulder County operates a transitional living program, Polaris House, for youth who have aged out of foster care and who are working and/or taking classes. Through the program, young adults enjoy a safe environment that is led by a house manager as they take steps toward self-sufficiency.
Since its doors opened in 2003, more than 160 youth have lived at Polaris House and benefited from the opportunity to achieve independence.
As part of program, a portion of the rent the residents pay is returned to them when they are ready to move out so they may apply it toward their first month’s rent and deposit as they embark on the next step of living on their own.
Polaris House Application
If you or someone you know may be a good fit for our transitional housing program, link here to our application.