Please join us for a tour of the new National Youth Transitions Center.
The National Youth Transitions Center (NYTC) is a shared nonprofit building developed by The HSC Foundation that brings together the resources of multiple organizations to provide transition-related services, research, public policy, best practices, innovative projects, and evaluation so that youth with disabilities can achieve their greatest level of independence. A discreet program within the NYTC, the National Veterans Center focuses on supporting young wounded veterans transition back to civilian life and post-secondary education and employment. Together, the Centers enhance the ability of young people and young veterans with disabilities to enter and re-enter the world of work. The Centers are guided by a National Youth Transitions Collaborative, a group of 42 national, regional and local organizations that provide expertise and advice on planning, programming, and advocacy. We hope you will join us for a guided tour on this green building that combines historical architecture with modern accessible design.
Participants are responsible for their own transportation. The National Youth Transition Center is located at 2013 H Street, NW, Washington D.C. The NYTC is located a short distance from the Farragut West and Foggy Bottom Metro stations on the blue line. Please note that there is elevator access at Farragut West, however the elevator at Foggy Bottom is currently undergoing renovations.