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On Their Own What Happens to Kids When They Age Out of the Foster Care System.

On Their Own is meant to serve as a clarion call not only to policymakers, but to all Americans who care about the future of our young people.

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  • "On Their Own tells the compelling stories of ten young people whose lives are full of promise, but who face economic and social barriers stemming from the disruptions of foster care. This book calls for action to provide youth in foster care the same opportunities on the road to adulthood that most of our youth take for granted--access to higher education, vocational training, medical care, housing, and relationships within their communities. On Their Own is meant to serve as a clarion call not only to policymakers, but to all Americans who care about the future of our young people."
  • "On Their Own is meant to serve as a clarion call not only to policymakers, but to all Americans who care about the future of our young people."@en

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  • "On their own what happens to kids when they age out of the foster care system? /"
  • "On their own : what happens to kids when they age out of the foster care system? /"
  • "On Their Own What Happens to Kids When They Age Out of the Foster Care System."@en