What We Do

For the past 20 years, Homespace Corporation has been succesfully helping youth (age 14-21 years old) to forge a better life for themselves and their children.


Admission and Referral Forms

For admission and referral contact Rebecca Prendergast at 716-881-4600, ext. 236 or rebecca.prendergast@dfa.state.ny.us


Supervised Independent Living Program (SILP)

Supportive apartment program for 17-21 year old pregnant, parenting or single young women in the Foster Care system. Our program focuses on using the Trauma Informed Care Model to embrace the needs of our youth and deliver services that are based on trust, safety, choice, empowerment, and collaboration.

SILP Resident Handbook

Community Supervised Independent Living Program (COMM SILP)

Community program option for youth who have “graduated” from our residential programs who are at least 18 years old, have lived with us for a minimum of 1 year, are in good standing with the program, are a high school/GED graduate and have a source of income. Youth in this program choose an apartment anywhere in Erie or Niagara County and Homespace pays their rent and utilities until they are 21 years old. At that time they take over the lease and remain in the apartment as an adult. 

Second Chance Home

Provides parenting youth between the ages of 14-21 with a safe, supportive home to raise their children while working towards their goals related to permanency, self-sufficiency and parenting.

Second Chance Home Handbook

Young Parent Resource & Empowerment Program (Y-PREP)

Young Parent Resource & Empowerment Program (Y-PREP) is a community-based program that supports at-risk young mothers and young fathers aged 14 to 22. To view our brochure click hereFor admission and referral contact Alexandra Mastoras at 716-881-4600, ext. 230 or Alexandra.Mastoras@homespacecorp.org.  

Kids Day!

Wed, Aug 15, 2018
11:00am - 2:00pm
Second Chance Home,
1171 Michigan Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14209 (map)

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