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By shannonsymonds — Mar 14, 2019

Hi,

We have a network of young leaders who speak to issues, but we honor their time and compensate them for their work. You might try your local Independent Living Program, or child welfare office. If you are a foster youth, reach out to your case worker in your town, but we wouldn't recommend youth chat off this Discuss page. ... Read more



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By jcianciotto — Jan 9, 2019

Hi,

This is ultimately a question for the social worker assigned to your foster parent approval process. Based on my experience, the data they seek on your financial status is used to determine whether you can meet the basic financial obligations required to be a foster parent, such as rent, mortgage, utilities, credit card bills, etc.... Read more



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By MeaganandMatthew — Dec 7, 2018

Thank you for answering my question. I am closer to my foster family than my bio family I guess I am adopted by heart. My foster family is the only family my son(10 months old) has ever known so far. Read more



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By Roselle — Dec 6, 2018

Hi I don't know you, but I feel you and I understand your desire to be adopted as part of a family. Having a family that you can call you own and a family that takes ownership and responsibility for you is something that way too many children take for granted. As you mature you realize the importance of being accepted and belonging somewhere.... Read more



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By Roselle — Dec 6, 2018

Hi I don't know you, but I feel you and I understand your desire to be adopted as part of a family. Having a family that you can call you own and a family that takes ownership and responsibility for you is something that way too many children take for granted. As you mature you realize the importance of being accepted and belonging somewhere.... Read more