May is National Foster Care Month, a time to recognize that we each can play a part in enhancing the lives of children and youth in foster care.
May's special issue highlights a higher education program for transitioning youth, a tool for evaluating youth connectedness, and other information about foster care.
The Obama administration remains committed to improving the lives of children in foster care and the futures of youth who may leave foster care without a permanent family.
Youth in foster care have unique needs, and equipping supportive adults with the necessary tools and resources can help them identify and address these needs. Check out the following resources that highlight a variety of practices and approaches you can use to support your work with youth in transition.
Raise awareness about National Foster Care Month.
Learn more about ACF's new initiatives for families.
Find foster care information by State.
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