KVC remains deeply committed to addressing the national crisis of 20,000 youth who age out of foster care each year without a permanent family or home.
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In this interview, President/CEO Jason Hooper of KVC Health Systems gives insight into leading the behavioral health and child welfare organization.
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Despite the dim statistics, Danya found success after aging out of foster care and is now helping hundreds of youth create a future as bright as hers.
Non-profit organizations, child welfare leaders, philanthropists, engineers and leaders from the technology sector attended a two-day event to discuss ways to improve the foster care system through technology-focused solutions.
Hollywood actors and professional athletes share what it felt like to be 18 in a new video to raise awareness of youth aging out of foster care.
The KVC Institute for Health Systems Innovation today released its “Big Idea” campaign describing how public and private agencies and other stakeholders can transform foster care in America.
“Aging Out” follows the lives of 11 young people in Southern California who have recently or are in the process of aging out of the foster care system.
Jasmine Uqdah aged out of foster care at age 18 with no job, home or money to pay for college. Thanks to a new initiative called Fostering Success Michigan, Uqdah was able to attend a community college, and it didn’t cost her a thing.