All young people need to be plugged into supportive networks as they become adults. This is especially true for transition age foster youth—young people between the ages of 16 and 24 who are transitioning out of the foster care system. They need a comprehensive set of supports to promote their healthy development and lifelong wellbeing as adults. But today, programs that support transition age foster youth are often unable to provide what they need to prepare them to become healthy, happy, thriving adults in their communities.
Talking About Racism in Child and Family Advocacy
As the field seeks to lead a more public conversation about the impacts of racism on children and families—and about how racism structures the systems that children and families interact...
Journey to Success Campaign: Quick Messaging Guide
Six key messages and framing tips for each of the Journey to Success campaign's policy goals.
Reframing Transition Age Foster Youth
Introduction The resources in this toolkit are designed to collectively build the understanding and support we need to change the narrative around transition age foster youth. Building public...