Resources 2018-06-25T01:53:08+00:00


These are references and information to benefit youth in care and the adults who support and advocate for them.

Youth ages 16 up to 21 are eligible for ILP services that were (1) in a foster care placement between 16-18, (2) under a KinGAP guardianship or (3) under a non-related legal guardianship granted by dependency court on or after the 8th birthday or (4) adopted after the age of 16. Only an ILP/Transition Coordinator can confirm ILP eligibility.

Learn More at ILP Online

California Youth Connection is a youth-run organization, in which young and bright youth from the ages 14 to 24 help pass legislation on the State and help with local issues that the effect the foster youth population in California

California Youth Connection

FCSF serves a vital and growing need throughout Georgia by providing free clothing, infant equipment and developmental toys to thousands of children in foster and relative care. Foster Care Support Foundation (FCSF) needs your financial support to meet the needs of thousands of children in foster care and relative foster care, including grandparents raising grandchildren this year.

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Know your rights! Click the button below to learn more about the rights of the youth that are in foster care:

Foster Youth Rights

Officials to assess LA’s foster care system; black youth and girls more likely to become delinquent

June 25th, 2018|0 Comments

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to reevaluate the treatment of youngsters in the county’s care, aiming to keep foster children out of juvenile halls and camps. Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas championed the [...]

The Office of Child Protection’s Final Report on School Stability for Foster Youth [0009]

May 1st, 2018|0 Comments

Historically, when young people in foster care were removed from their families or changed placements, they were often required to change schools as well. That process contributed to gaps in these students’ education, lost [...]