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For Youth in Lock-Up, Family Connection is Key

I was locked up for a year, just after I turned 17. I was at three juvenile halls for about six months and then at a juvenile camp for about five months. I was sentenced […]

Child Welfare

Making Money Moves: Tips for Foster Youth Entering the Workforce

Many nonprofit organizations and agencies across the country are thinking about the best way to increase employment opportunities and support to foster youth. Counter-narratives are beginning to disrupt the assumptions and stereotypes that exist about […]