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Cut-off from support at 19, youth aging out of foster care too often end up homeless, don’t finish high school, and have no-one to turn to in their 20’s.
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Report from Vancouver Metro on Opportunities in Transition, "A new economics study bolsters children’s watchdog recommendation to extend supports from 19 to 25", researchers say.
Vancouver Sun front page coverage of our 'Opportunities in Transition' report - "supporting foster children to their 25th birthday would more than pay off in the long run."
Our new report - Opportunities in Transition – is the first to estimate the costs associated with the adverse outcomes that many youth aging out of foster care in BC each year experience. Get your copy now.