Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program
Peacock Acres’ STRTP is a residential facility that provides specialized intensive care to children ages 6-18, including mental health services. STRTP youth live in fully furnished homes staffed 24 hours-a-day with caring staff who provide trauma-informed care. The goal of the STRTP is to enable children and youth to return to a less restrictive family environment as soon as possible.
THPP is a residential program for foster teens ages 16-18 who demonstrate a readiness to practice their independent living skills with less supervision. Peacock Acres provides fully furnished homes in residential neighborhoods, as well as house parents and case managers to support residents in reaching their goals. THPP youth attend school, and/or work part time, and attend Monterey County’s bi-monthly independent living program classes.
Program Plus (aka PATH)
THP Plus (also known as PATH for Peacock Acres Transitional Housing) is for emancipated foster youth ages 18-24. Young adults who participate in this program receive up to 24 months of subsidized housing support while they practice their independent living skills. Peacock Acres provides fully furnished homes or apartments as well as case managers to assist residents in achieving their goals. PATH participants attend school, and/or work full time in order to qualify. Parenting young adults are welcome.
Transitional Housing Program + Foster Care
THP+FC is an extended foster care program for non-minor dependents (NMD) ages 18-21 who need further support while following their life plan. Peacock Acres provides fully furnished homes in residential neighborhoods, as well as house parents and case managers to support residents in reaching their goals. THP+FC youth attend school full time, work full time, or some combination of the two. THP+FC youth are assisted in removing barriers to employment and self sufficiency.