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David's Story

As long as I can remember, I have been in DCF care. I remember every year my parents would switch off custody of me on a regular basis. My mother was amazing. I remember always wanting to tell her that...

Lucina's Story

My childhood was filled with war and terror, from growing up in a war-torn country to fighting my own battle with accepting my identity as a Queer Black Muslim girl. I was born in Liberia during my country’s second civil...

#HealthCareFFY Webinar: Youth Who Relocate From Another State

In partnership with First Focus and the State Policy and Advocacy Reform Center and the Juvenile Law Center, FosterClub invites you to join us for #HealthCareFFY Webinar #2: Youth Who Relocate to Another State Date : June 19, 2018 Time:...

L2's are in Seaside!

We're excited to welcome our Level II All-Star Interns to Seaside to kick off our All-Star Internship! Hear directly from the team below in their message to the 2018 All-Stars: Your Level II interns here! The three of us were...

Tell Congress: Fix the Health Care Glitch for Former Foster Youth!

Calling all current and former foster youth, and foster care youth & alumni organizations: Sign-on to a letter asking Congress to fix the glitch which makes it so foster youth may lose their access to health insurance if they move...

FosterClub Training Services for Foster Youth!

We are so excited to be able to offer some special deals on summer youth events this year! If you have questions or would like a service estimate please contact us at training@fosterclub.com or call FosterClub Headquarters 503-717-1552, and ask...

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Educated

about their rights, how the foster care system works, self-advocacy strategies, and how to locate resources to help them succeed.

Inspired

and empowered through the stories of people who have succeeded after foster care.

Represented

by having their voices heard by policy makers, the public, and others who influence the system that profoundly impacts their lives. 


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Number of kids in foster care:


Reasons kids enter care:

61% Neglect


52% Parental drug abuse


14% Caretaker inability to cope


Youth that age out each year:


*Source: AFCARS #23. 2016. www.acf.hhs.gov/cb. Some numbers have been rounded.

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