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Foster Youth Resources

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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. https://kids-alliance.org/help/ 
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. https://fosteryouthhelp.ca.gov/ 
iFoster 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 www.ifoster.org 
Independent Living Program Provides financial support for current and former foster youth who were in care at age 16 and over. www.ilponline.org 
Foster Nation Provides professional development opportunities for current and former foster youth and works to combat food insecurity. https://www.fosternation.org/ 
Journey House Provides current and former foster youth of all ages assistance with educational materials, employment referrals, and community events. www.journeyhouseyouth.org 
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 www.senseofhome.org 
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. https://www.unitedfriends.org/services/ 
     

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