Oak Haven, our Supervised Independent Living campus, opened in 2021 in Tyler.

This shared housing arrangement allows up to 4 young women, who have aged out of traditional foster care, to have a place to live until they turn 22. 

Residents voluntarily choose to remain in extended foster care services with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

They must maintain at least 20 hours a week of employment, or be a full-time student, or a combination of the two.



Each bedroom is private with its own key.  Girls share common areas and bathrooms. 

A Life Skills Coordinator lives next door to assist girls with daily tasks and community connections. 

Volunteers connect with the young ladies, teaching them how to interview, budget, and run a household.