Minnesota Bill Would Remove Financial Burden of College for State’s Foster Youth
A bill being considered in the Minnesota Legislature would provide the state’s first-ever comprehensive support for students who are former foster youth.
Minnesota Foster Children Are No Less Safe in Kinship Homes, and Benefits Abound
Despite the high-profile death of a Minnesota toddler placed with family friend, research shows kinship care placements are generally safe for children, and can minimize their trauma.
Concerns Over Equity as Minnesota Crafts Foster Care Prevention Plan
Alumni Summit Part of Growth Plan for Single Mothers Program
Nearing 25 years of operation, the Jeremiah Program held its first-ever alumni summit in March to celebrate the thousands of single mothers it has served.
What We’ve Learned About The Child Brain
Minnesota Considers Expanding Support for Parent Mentors to Help Reunite Families
October Allen has been a parent mentor with Minnesota One-Stop for Communities since 2016. She works primarily with Native American families in St. Louis and Carlton counties and manages 20 to 25 cases at a time.