The Oklahoma Successful Adulthood (OKSA) program seeks to serve youth:
- Ages 14-17 who are in the legal custody of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS) or a federally recognized tribe, and who are living in an out-of-home placement.
- Ages 18-20 who were in an DHS or tribal custody and living in an out-of-home placement on their 18th birthday, and who have not reached their 21st birthday.
- Youth who exit foster care after their 16th birthday, and who have not yet reached their 21st birthday.
- Youth who entered a permanent guardianship or adoption after the age of 16 to achieve permanence, and who have not yet reached their 21st birthday; and
- Ages 21-26 who are participating in the Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program.