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    Celebrating the Impact of Art on Transition Age Foster Youth

    Foster Youth December 10, 2018

    Foster Youth Convening 2018

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    Prioritizing Higher Education for Foster Youth in Los Angeles

    Foster Youth October 4, 2018

    Prioritizing Higher Education for Foster Youth in Los Angeles

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    National Foster Care Month: Addressing the Evolving Needs of Los Angeles’ Foster Youth

    Foster Youth May 25, 2018

    National Foster Care Month: Addressing the Evolving Needs of Los Angeles’ Foster Youth

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    When Research Informs Policy: Los Angeles Board of Supervisors Approves Motion for "Crossover" Youth

    Foster Youth April 27, 2018

    When Research Informs Policy: Los Angeles Board of Supervisors Approves Motion for "Crossover" Youth

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    Life After Foster Care: PBS SoCal Documentary Sheds Light on Real-Life Stories from Transition Age Youth

    Foster Youth February 6, 2018

    The transition from foster care to adulthood can be a challenge as these young adults navigate the complexities of society on their own.

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    New data may help to identify and resolve family problems at an early stage, in order to prevent later entry into the juvenile justice system

    Foster Youth November 6, 2017

    Generating New Knowledge through Data: Findings about Crossover Youth in Los Angeles County

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    How Policy Affects Our Communities: Encouraging Findings from the California Youth Transitions to Adulthood Study (CalYOUTH)

    Foster Youth July 31, 2017

    Young people in extended foster care were more likely thank those who had left care to be enrolled in school full time, and they were less likely than those who had left to experience food insecurity, to have couch surfed, and to have been convicted of a crime since their last interview.

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    Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Awards $25.5 Million in Grants in the Second Quarter of 2017, Approves New Foster Youth Strategy

    Foster Youth July 17, 2017

    (LOS ANGELES) July 17, 2017– The board of directors of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation announced today that it approved 31 grants totaling $25.5 million during the second quarter of 2017. The board also approved a new five-year strategy for the Foster Youth Strategic Initiative, beginning with grant approvals for Graham-Windham ($720,000) and the Children’s Data Network at the University of Southern California Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work ($825,000).

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