Hello, young people! Here are a couple of great contacts to help answer questions and resolve issues:
FosterClub's dedicated representative for Oregon is Ashlee: 503-717-1552, or email her. She can help you find resources to help you transition to adulthood and connect you to leadership opportunities.
For problems or complaints, contact Oregon's Ombudsman, Darin Mancuso, at 1-855-840-6036 or you can email him.
By Adam@fosterclub — Jun 15, 2017
It's been a busy summer doing some amazing things. FosterClub has welcomed 24 All-Stars to our headquarters in Seaside, Oregon. From here they have been able to travel across the country and reach youth in care. For more information on the All-Stars... Read more
By FC Steve — Feb 24, 2010
OregonLive.com, by Michelle Cole, February 23, 2010, SALEM -- Teens aging out of foster care will retain health care coverage from the Oregon Health Plan until they turn 21, under a bill that passed the House on a unanimous vote. All children in... Read moreTagged:
By FC Steve — Oct 22, 2009
Seaside, OR, (October 23, 2009) – FosterClub, the national network for young people in foster care, was named “Best of the Northwest” medium-sized non-profit organization in the 2009 Youth Thrive Awards. The contest, held during August and September... Read more
By FC Steve — Jun 18, 2009
by Michelle Cole, Oregonlive.com , 6/17/09, SALEM -- Children in state foster care -- even kids younger than 4 -- are being prescribed powerful antidepressant and antipsychotic drugs. State lawmakers want to make sure those kids get more attention... Read moreTagged:
The Department of Human Services (DHS) Independent Living Program (ILP) has received Chafee Education and Training Voucher (ETV) funding to help current or former foster care youth with postseconda