The Alliance fights to provide stability for children in foster care and those at risk of entering foster care by helping them obtain access to mental and medical healthcare, educational services, benefits, housing, and more.

We provide open-ended, individual psychotherapy, free of charge, to current and former foster youth.

CLC provides consistent, zealous, and effective legal representation for children ages 0-21 in the foster care systems in Los Angeles, Sacramento, and Placer counties in California in all aspects of their dependency court case. 

Programs that support current and former foster youth in graduating high school, going to college, getting a degree, getting an apartment, finding a job, building meaningful relationships, and pursuing their goals.

Programs that support current and former foster youth in graduating high school, going to college, getting a degree, getting an apartment, finding a job, building meaningful relationships, and pursuing their goals.

 Several resources are available to support higher education for foster students, and understanding how to find them can help students to succeed.

Organizes the community to take action and advocate for children and families in LA County’s overburdened child welfare and juvenile justice systems. Through an intentional, restorative and culturally relevant lens, we train committed, consistent and caring adults who provide equitable access to resources and life-affirming connections.

A guide to getting an education, getting a job, and getting on with your life after foster care.

The CA Foster Youth Education Task Force is dedicated to improving educational outcomes for foster youth in California by bringing together subject matter experts representing more than 100 organizations and agencies to engage in cross-systems collaboration. 

Posts events & resources for Foster Youth in Los Angeles

The Independent Living Program (ILP) provides financial assistance and services to current and former foster/probation youth, 16-20 years of age, who have been determined to be ILP eligible by an ILP Transition Coordinator. 

A toolkit to help foster youth access the resources needed to successfully transition into adulthood, continue on to postsecondary education, and meaningful careers.

Partners with organizations, foundations, and individuals to deliver scholarships to foster youth across the country. 

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