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Majority of CalYOUTH Participants Enrolled in College, with 10% Attaining Degree by Age 23
This memo provides an early look at factors that promote or stymie college degree completion by around age 23 of youths transitioning to adulthood from the...
Caregivers and Child Welfare Case Workers Find Benefits from Pregnancy Prevention and Sexual Health Promotion Training
Chapin Hall conducted a formative evaluation of a training on pregnancy prevention and sexual health promotion for foster parents, other caregivers, and child...
Impacts of Extended Care on Youth Outcomes Two Years after Foster Care Has Ended
This report builds on prior findings to examine the impact of extended foster care in California on youth outcomes at age 23.
Financial Benefits of Extending Foster Care Outweigh Costs to Government
This report examines the financial benefits of extending foster care to age 21.
Final Wave of CalYOUTH Study Surveys Former Foster Youth at Age 23
This report presents findings from an evaluation of the impact of the California Fostering Connections to Success Act on outcomes during foster youth's...
Nearly One-Third of Foster Youth in California Not Involved with Creating Transitional Independent Living Plan
This memo investigates two aspects of foster youths’ transition planning: their roles in their transitional independent living plan development and their level...