|Alliance for Children's Rights
||Provides legal assistance to current and former foster youth and caregivers. They
also provide financial literacy curriculum, mentor programs and more.
|California Foster Youth Ombuds Office
||Provides current and former foster youth with information regarding the rights of
foster youth and access to foster youth verification letters.
||Offers access to low cost resources and services including laptops, hotspots, glasses,
and more. Students must be under the age of 26 to be eligible
|Independent Living Program
||Provides financial support for current and former foster youth who were in care at
age 16 and over.
||Provides professional development opportunities for current and former foster youth
and works to combat food insecurity.
||Provides current and former foster youth of all ages assistance with educational materials,
employment referrals, and community events.
|Sense of Home
||Provides move-in assistance for current former foster youth moving into their first
apartment. Application required with proof of lease. One time only services
|United Friends of the Children
||Provides academic mentorship for 7th - 12th grade students and academic counseling
for college students interested in pursuing a bachelor’s degree (including community
college students). Assistance grants are available for students enrolled in UFC’s
College Scholars Program to help cover education related expenses.