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Transition ToolKitA Transition Plan for Foster Youth

Are you a young person in transit from youth to adulthood? Do you work with or are a supportive adult of a foster youth about to transition out of foster care?

The journey from foster care to independence can been difficult, confusing and uncertain times. Like any other journey, being prepared helps to set the right course and avoid getting lost on the way. Today more than ever, if you want success (and safety) to life on your own, you'll need to plan for your trip.

FosterClub’s Transition Toolkit was designed just for this transitioning journey. It is a youth-involved, comprehensive way to develop a transition plan for foster youth aging out of care. The Transition Toolkit includes planning worksheets, record keeping, detailed maps and resources on the topics of:

  • Jobs and Career*
  • Self Care + Health*
  • Housing*
  • Community, Culture & Social Life*
  • Finances + Money Management
  • Life Skills
  • Identity
  • Permanence
  • Education
  • Transportation

*In compliance with requirements of the Fostering Connections to Success and Increased Adoptions Act of 2008.

It’s your life — so take control and let the journey begin!




Washington D.C. Transition Toolkit: If you are a youth living in the D.C. area, use this customized toolkit with recourses specific to your area. PDF version here.

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yawz_a's picture


I am a Forensic Mental Health Professional for the Los Angeles County USC Medical Center. Our facility is in the process of Opening a Transitional Fostercare Teen Clinic. I am currently seeking Transition Tool Kits, to assist my collegues and I with our youth's Future Transition Plans into adulthood. I would greatly appreciate and could benefit tremendously from collaborating with members of your organization.

I look forward to hearing from someone soon.

Thank You,

Yaw Nalls