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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...
Foster Youths’ Capacity To Live Independently Should Drive Extended Foster Care Placement
This memo examines youths’ predominant placement type between ages 18 and 21. It compares the characteristics of youth who resided predominantly in Supervised...
Researchers Find Association between Participation in Extended Foster Care and Reduced Risk of Homelessness
This memo examines whether participating in extended foster care decreases the odds of experiencing homelessness among foster youth by age 21.
Creating Effective Services Depends on Engaging Youth in Care
A better understanding of the relationships between the service context of extended foster care, youths’ satisfaction with the services they receive, and the...
Many California Foster Youth Have Inadequate Social Support and Need More Support From Adults
This memo investigates the types and sources of social support for young people in extended foster care.
Wave 3 of CalYOUTH Study Surveys Former Foster Youth at Age 21
This study provides the most comprehensive view to date of young people approaching the transition to adulthood from foster care in the wake of the federal...