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January 2019

Foster Mom Pays It Forward With Nonprofit Hope’s Anchor (Includes video)
Author: Rachel Wulff
Published: December 25, 2018
Information: This Christmas, CBS13 found a woman that made that dream a reality by creating a nonprofit [Hope’s Anchor] to help other foster parents like her.

Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program
Information: ​The San Diego County Office of Education’s Foster Youth Services Program (FYS) responds to, assists, and empowers all systems that support foster youth in achieving academic success. FYS programs are designed to prepare foster youth to become successful, self-sufficient and independent adults.

Normalcy for Youth in Foster Care
Author: Child Welfare Information Gateway
Published: December 2018
Information: Foster youth often have difficulty participating in every day activities that facilitate their transition to adulthood, including after-school jobs, learning to drive, and sleepovers. Below find resources that address the real and perceived issues that affect normalcy for children and youth in out-of-home care. Resources include State and local examples.

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