SIL provides youth ages 16-21 with housing and support. Referrals come from (MSS). Youth come to the program with a higher level of commitment to case planning, goal-setting, life skills development and long-term future planning. Youth receive day-to day support from a staff member guiding them in their transition to independence outside of care. This includes: supporting the youth as they navigate the education system, developing employment skills, assistance in securing meaningful employment, evolving their life skills, such as decision-making, budgeting, cooking, relationships and personal development.