College can be overwhelming, so we see a lot of them start out, then drop out after the first semester because they just can't handle it. They need time to get stable, to get economically accustomed to the stresses of trying to live on their own.

We have the conceptual plans. In eight weeks, we'll have the actual plans.

To be at the point where we will actually be breaking ground in two weeks is exciting.

Transitioning out of foster care is a hugely emotionally and psychologically overwhelming thing. ... On one hand they really want to be on their own, and on the other hand, they're terrified.