Southeastern welcomes students back for the start of classes this week while we continue to keep all faculty, staff and students who are not yet able to make it to campus in our thoughts as the region works to recover from devastating flooding.
 
We attempted to reach ALL our students in recent days, but we realize communication has been difficult, if not impossible for some. If you are just now able to see this message, please contact enrollmentservices@southeastern.edu so we can have a better understanding of your status and work with you so you can attain your educational goals.

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About Us

YEA! Youth Entering Adulthood, Independent Living Skills Program at Southeastern Louisiana University is operated within the Department of Counseling and Human Development.

The program is administered by the state Department of Children and Family Services, and is funded by federal funds under the Chafee Foster Care Independence Act of 1999 (CFCIP). We are a member of the Louisiana Coalition of Independent Living Skills Providers.

We serve youth ages 14-21 who are Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
Foster or Adoptive Youth, youth in guardianship with a relative or someone other than their biological parents due to abuse or neglect, Office of Juvenile Justice (OJJ) youth, and Native American youth who reside in the Covington Region. The Covington Region, Region III, consist of the parishes of Livingston, St.Tammany, St.Helena, Tangipahoa, and Washington.

Services provided include: Pre and post Ansell Casey Life Skills Assessment (ACLSA).

Group sessions based on the ACLSA pre-test results, a learning plan, trainings to DCFS case managers and caregivers of youth in care, advocacy, short-term therapeutic interventions, individual follow-up, linking youth to appropriate community resources, and other outreach services.