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Get Foster Youth Resources

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    • AB12- Extended foster care until age 21 http://www.cafosteringconnections.org/
    • Housing Resource- Housing programs available for foster youth http://thpplus.org/
    • Medi-Cal/ Covered till 26- Free Medi-Cal coverage in California if you were in foster care in any state at age 18 or older. http://coveredtil26.childrennow.org/faq
    • CalFresh- monthly benefits to assist low-income households in purchasing food they need to maintain adequate nutritional levels. http://www.cdss.ca.gov/food-nutrition/calfresh
    • Independent Living Program (ILP) assists current and former foster youth between the ages of 16 and 21 to achieve self-sufficiency prior to, and after, exiting the foster care system. https://www.ilponline.org/ContactILP/
    • John Burton Foundation a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of California‚Äôs homeless and foster youth by developing and implementing policy solutions. johnburtonfoundation.org
    • California College Pathways is a statewide partnership that provides resources and leadership to campuses and community organizations to help foster youth succeed at community colleges and four-year universities. cacollegepathways.org
    • IFoster creates partnerships with existing business and develops resources for foster youth. ifoster.org
     
      
            Source: Mt. San Antonio College Reach Program: https://www.mtsac.edu/reach/