To provide case management, work readiness and life skills, mental health and substance abuse assessment and treatment, emergency shelter and/or transitional housing, and referral to other community services for homeless, court-involved and other high-risk youth ages 16 to 21, many of whom drop in to the MacMullen Center looking for help. Of the youth served, nearly half typically have had justice system involvement. Nearly 95% are enrolled and remain in school and a third obtain employment. Participating youth are trained to self-advocate. Data on the issues faced by these young people are shared with local, state and national policymakers.