Zoie's Place is a transitional living program for homeless youth, ages 18 to 24, who have aged out of the foster care system.
Founded by a former Child Protective Services Caseworker, Brandy Coty saw a need for homeless youth aging out of the foster care system and decided to start Zoie’s Place. Zoie’s Place was named after a teenager Brandy had on her caseload. Zoie was 12 years old when Brandy first got her case and 19 when Zoie’s Place was founded.
The mission of Zoie’s Place is to provide transitional services to homeless youth aging out of foster care to equip, empower and prepare them for adulthood.
Zoie’s Place aims to propel youth in transition to a successful future. We strive to cultivate growth and raise up leaders. We do this by coming along side, supporting, and guiding youth as they navigate from high school to young adulthood.
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