In order to participate in AB12, you must be:
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To receive benefits, eligible youth must have turned 18 after January 1, 2012 and have a foster care/suitable placement order on their 18th birthday.
Under AB 12, you can continue to stay with your current caregiver or live in another foster home.
Another way you can learn about job openings and/or opportunities is by contacting your CSW or TC for current job updates.
Youth in foster care can make many decisions about their sexual and reproductive health care on their own. Youth have the right to choose their own doctor, get the type of birth control they want, protect themselves from sexually transmitted diseases, get help with transportation to the clinic, have privacy in their personal information, and have options if […]
STIs are super common, and lots of people have questions about them. Here are the facts on how STIs are transmitted, how to prevent STIs, and why there’s no reason to be ashamed or embarrassed if you have one.
Admission to any four-year college or university is competitive.
Scholarships are money for college that you don’t have to pay back.
The United Friends of The Children (UFC) is a non-profit organization that focuses on youth who have transitioned from foster care.
If you are experiencing a problem with your TILP, (for example, you don’t have an updated TILP, your CSW or PO is not involving you in developing your TILP, or you aren’t getting the services you need) please let your attorney or judge know right away.