Monroe Harding


Mission

To step in as family would to ensure that youth who are in/transitioning out of foster care have safe homes, loving guidance, and an opportunity to grow into independent adults.

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Grants

Grant Year Amount Program Name Program Area Description
2018 $35,000 Foster Care and Transitional Age Services low-income youth Learn more

Monroe Harding is the only agency in Middle Tennessee that provides a continuum of care for current and former foster youth. We seek to prevent youth from entering care, reunify youth with their birth families when possible, and ensure that youth in/exiting care have resources to lead successful, independent lives.

2017 $50,000 Core Mission Support low-income youth Learn more

To support programming and general operations.

2016 $55,000 Year-Round Educational Enrichment for Youth in Cooperative Living low-income youth Learn more

Utilizing a Trauma & Resiliency Informed Care (TRIC) model, CL provides youth with 24-hour adult support, role models, education, life skills and job preparation. 32 boys at a time (ages 16 – 18) live cooperatively in 4 cottages, with an average length of stay of approximately 5.2 months.

2015 $55,000 Year-Round Educational Enrichment for the Cooperative Living Program low-income youth Learn more

Utilizing the Trauma Informed Resiliency Focused Care model, Cooperative Living (CL) provides youth with 24-hour adult support, role models, education, life skills and job preparation. 24 boys at a time (ages 16 – 18) live cooperatively in 3 cottages, with an average length of stay of approximately 5 months.