Our publications are built specifically for young people in foster care or the adults who support them. Each are designed with input from foster youth to incorporate the voice of young people who have emerged from the foster care system. Visit the links below for more information or to order.

Foster Cub Coloring BookFoster Cub Has Questions About Foster Care

Designed specifically for children ages 4 to 12 years old, the Foster Cub coloring book helps children understand the foster care system by encouraging them to ask questions and share their feelings. With 32 coloring pages and activities like puzzles, mazes, and more; this book is an excellent tool for foster parents, caseworkers, advocates and other supportive adults to talk to children about foster care.

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Quick Start GuideQuick Start Guide

Created to look like a teen magazine, the Quick Start Guide is packed with information to help young people aged 13 to 21 years old understand the foster care system they are navigating. This 32 page, full-colored guide is filled with activities, inspirational stories, worksheets and a step-by-step handbook of the foster care system.

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Transition ToolKitTransition Toolkit

Are you about to age out of foster care? Are you working with or are a supportive adult to a youth about to age out of foster care? The Transition Toolkit will help you or your youth play a central role in creating their comprehensive plan for transitioning out.

This is a great resource to put youth on a path for success in life after foster care.

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Getting Solid PublicationGetting Solid

This guide helps young people understand and prepare for permanence. Filled with interactive worksheets, ideas and questions to inspire discussion, and youth perspectives about permanence, Getting Solid helps young people establish permanent connections essential to ensuring their success.

Learn more at the link below or order online from our publishing partner, the National Resource Center for Youth Services.

 

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Foster Care 411Foster Care 411

This youth guide is designed to give young people in care the answers they need to better understand foster care and take charge of their lives. Foster Care 411 was designed specifically for youth, but is also a valuable resource of information for many.

Learn more at the link below or order online from our publishing partner, the National Resource Center for Youth Services.

 

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FYI3 FYI3

Designed as a roadmap for youth to become involved in their foster care plan, FYI3 helps foster youth become involved, informed and independent. This binder guide stores and organizes information, keeps track of events and helps file personal documents needed for school and court.

Learn more at the link below or order online from our publishing partner, the National Resource Center for Youth Services.

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Permanency PactPermanency Pact

Designed to encourage life-long, kin-like connections between a young person and a supportive adult, the Permanency Pact is a great tool and free!

 

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Youth Leadership ToolkitYouth Leadership Toolkit

Created by the National Resource Center for Youth Development (NRCYD) in collaborating with FosterClub, the toolkit stems from the belief that youth should be involved in the design and implementation of programs, policies and practices that impact their lives. Free download available!

 

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Recommended Reading List

FosterClub has been searching through some of the millions of books on Amazon.com in order to find some about Foster Care that our users might be into. All have some type of foster care connection. They might be about someone's foster care experience, about the system, or maybe just written by someone who was in the system at some time. Click here for more info...

 

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