This is a support service for Native youth which has information on its website for Native youth who may be experiencing kinship care, foster care, or adoption. For Native Youth, By Native Youth We R Native: We are a comprehensive health resource for Native youth,...Read more

Former foster youth who are in care on their 18th birthday may qualify for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act Medicaid provision for foster youth until they reach age 26. Use the website or contact your local Independent living provider or case worker to see...Read more


The Children’s Law Center of Minnesota provides legal services and advocacy to foster children. Our staff and volunteer attorneys represent our clients wishes in the courtroom and empower them to have a voice in the decisions being made about their lives. We advocate for systemic...Read more

Minnesota does not have an Ombudsman at this time. Here are the ways to complain in Minnesota: #1 In Minnesota the best way to make a complaint is by contacting your appointed attorney. Every foster youth is entitled to an attorney. There is a new...Read more


By providing education and housing support to former foster youth, along with critically important life-guidance, Journey House helps former foster youth to make a successful transition into self-sufficiency while completing their education and job training. This support includes: -Financial assistance to former foster youth while...Read more