Park Place Outreach hires Kevin Foard as Transitional Living Program Case Manager
Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Services has hired Kevin Foard, who had worked as a case manager for the Basic Center of Park Place Outreach, as its transitional living program (TLP) case manager.
“When this opportunity presented itself, there were no hesitations,” Foard said. “It was an honor to learn that Park Place Outreach would ignite the passion to help those individuals who would still need assistance after the age of 18.”
Foard is responsible for providing case management services that include initial screening, record keeping, service coordination, ongoing assessments of residents, aftercare activities and other duties as needed.
“The transitional living program provides opportunities for young males between the ages of 16-21 to learn how to become self-sufficient. It is my goal to connect these guys with as many resources as possible to address their needs,” Foard said.
He earlier worked as an educator/administrator with students at the Bethesda Home for Boys to promote student achievement, provide one-on-one help to special needs students and coordinate with other agencies to provide additional services.
MORE INFORMATION ON PARK PLACE OUTREACH YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER:
Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Shelter, 514 E. Henry St., provides support for troubled children and teens in Savannah and the surrounding area. Opened in 1984, the shelter, open 24 hours a day, offers youth, between the ages of 11 and 17, a safe and loving environment. Homeless, abused or runaway teenagers can self-admit themselves into this shelter. The organization’s goal is to keep kids off the street and reunify families. Park Place Outreach – Youth Emergency Shelter is an equal opportunity provider and employer. With the generous support of local organizations and individuals, the Park Place Outreach Shelter has helped more than 6,000 individuals. For more information, please visit http://parkplaceyes.org or find us on Facebook.