Caldwell's House was founded in 2013 by Ann Gray, who considers herself a lifelong advocate for foster youth initiatives. Ann works on initiatives surrounding state policies, educational services, court reporting, and foster care placements as a part of her advocacy for foster youth.
She has served as a C.A.S.A and Chaired the Road To Independence Network.
Since she became chairperson for the Post Adjudication Review board, she realized the dire need for basic independent living services and housing support services among former foster youth. After researching educational and employment outcomes among foster youth, Caldwell's House was created to assist young adults who are transitioning into independent living.
She now fosters teens to help fill the gap in the transition into independent living for aging out foster youth.
Our mission is to reduce homelessness among young adults who have aged out of the foster care system. We promote self sufficiency and permanent housing preparedness through employment services, educational guidance, housing assistance and other various independent living programs.
Founder | Executive Director
Director of Programs | Case Management Specialist
Director of Finance | Youth Advisor