For up to 12 youth between the ages of 13 and 18. Youth live at Plummer Home and attend school in local communities.
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For up to 4 youth between the ages of 16 and 22 who no longer need the full services of a group home, are not ready to be fully independent and have no family with whom they can live.
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For young adults who have turned 18 while in the child welfare system (in foster care, a group home or some other type of state-supported residence.) These children are often referred to as children who have "aged-out."
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For Salem youth on probation as well as other youth living in Salem's Point neighborhood. For youth on probation, On Point operates a 90-day program as an alternative to detention. For all Point neighborhood youth over age 9, On Point offers a variety of recreational and other supportive programming.
On Point is a collaboration between Plummer Home, the Salem Police and the Essex County Juvenile Court located in Salem's lowest income neighborhood.
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