The Focus on a Life for You (FLY) Program provides support and guidance for young adults aged 18-24 who are transitioning into adulthood. The FLY Program is a weekly group where students learn the information and skills needed to
live independently when they graduate college, with a focus on 5 main areas: housing, career, education, financial management, and social and emotional wellness. In addition, FLY Program participants can meet with volunteer mentors and tutors, receive light financial assistance for basic living needs, and are invited to attend holiday parties and other special events throughout the year.

Who can join the FLY Program?

Students between the ages of 18-24 who have had prior DCP&P involvement.

How often does the FLY program meet?

Groups meet on a weekly basis during the academic year, with breaks for holidays.

Click here to apply to the FLY Program.
For more information on the FLY Program, please contact:

Amanda Elgarhi, M. Ed
FLY Program Coordinator