Homespace Corporation will no longer be accepting donation drop-offs until further notice due to the Covid-19 outbreak. We deeply appreciate the support and concern from the community and are prepared to accept donations via Amazon Wish List at this time. We are continuously in need of cleaning supplies, personal hygiene products, and baby and childcare products. Thank you for your ongoing support for our mission. 

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What We Do

For over 25 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 Lauren Damstetter at 716-220-7341 or complete the form by clicking "Apply Now".


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. To view our Fact Sheet click here.

Second Chance Home Handbook

Next Step

Next Step is an Agency Operating Boarding Home for female youth ages 14 to 21 providing more intense independent living skills for youth stepping down from residential care. This program allows for safety, structure and support prior to foster youth moving into a supervised independent living program. To view our Fact Sheet click here.

Next Step Handbook

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. To view our Fact Sheet click here.

SILP Resident Handbook

Community Supervised Independent Living Program (COMM SILP)

Community living program is an option for youth who have “graduated” from our residential programs. Youth in this program choose an approved 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. 

Community SILP Resident 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. For admission and referral please contact Lauren Damstetter at 716-220-7341.

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