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Transition from Foster Care

Know Your Rights - Aging Out of Foster Care

Resource Author/Owner/Service Provider

The Legal Aid Society

Description

This video informs youth being discharged from or signing themselves out of foster care with important resource information to find appropriate housing options.

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Categories

Housing SupportsIndependent LivingLife TransitionsTransition from Foster CareTransition PlanningTransitions to Adulthood

Related Terms

aging outdischarge from foster carefoster carehousing
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