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Garron Rogers, Youth Transition Director-Johanna Bergan, Youth MOVE National Executive Director-Daniel Smith, Youth MOVE 

Attending USF Research & Policy Conference in Tampa Florida

Youth M.O.V.E. meets in Graham

Youth Leadership Series 2018 WAS A HUGE SUCCESS! Read More Here! 

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Youth M.O.V.E. Photo Voice

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NC Families United Transition Mentoring Services

Do you feel alone in making decisions about your future?  Are you confused about where you should live, work, or go to school?

We can help.

Transition refers to young people ages 14-26 who need help getting through high school, entering college, getting a job, or living on their own  We believe that the best way to help youth improve their lives and Plan for their future is through a youth-centered approach to transition preparedness.


We believe in the System of Care approach for youth.

What is the System of Care?

A spectrum of community based mental health and other necessary services which are organized into a coordinated network to meet the multiple and changing needs of youth and their families.

Transition Mentoring Services Activities

  • Providing one-on-one mentoring with our Program Director and Peer Mentor.
  • Developing a transition plan with and not for the youth and family that is strength based and use unique strength, values, attitudes and preferences of the child, family/caregiver and the community:
  • Identifying cultural competent and individualized formal and informal resources and services:
  • Engaging youth and their families in transition-related learning opportunities that adhere to the values and principals of System of Care.
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