SAILFUTURE
INNOVATIVE CHILD WELFARE PROGRAMS FOR TEENS
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SailFuture is a comprehensive continuum of care designed to serve the state’s highest-risk teens in foster care.

Youth receive mental health and job training services, as well as attend a technical high school and participate in multi-month sailing journeys throughout Central America and the Caribbean.

Combining these services gives us influence over the key social determinants that determine successful life outcomes for teenagers in foster care.
QUALITY RESIDENTIAL TREATMENT PROGRAM
SailFuture operates two (6)-bed residential treatment programs for teenage males between the ages of 13 and 17 years old in St. Petersburg, FL.
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TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL
SailFuture’s technical high school engages high-risk teens in small group, hands-on, and rapid learning modules designed specifically to meet their unique academic and emotional needs.
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INDEPENDENT LIVING & EXTENDED FOSTER CARE
Independent housing, case management, and job support for youth who have aged out of foster care.
Foster Parent Licensing & Support
SailFuture recruits, trains, licenses, and works in partnership with foster parents to transition teenagers out of group homes and into forever families.
Get involved with us.
Find a role that fits your purpose and schedule.
Volunteer
Become an academic tutor, or sign up as a mentor to help prepare our boys for independent living.
DONATE
Make a gift to support our kids’ journey to transform their lives.
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CHARTER
Our boats are available for charter for as short as a sunset sail or as long as a month-long holiday.
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LIVE TRACKER
Follow the boat’s location and view daily photos and captain logs from our youth’s sailing journey around the state of Florida on board SV Defy the Odds.
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Semester-long intervention program for students.
June 13, 2017
Semester-long intervention program for students 
June 13, 2017
Semester-long intervention program for students 
June 13, 2017