L.A. Opportunity Youth Collaborative
Los Angeles Leaders Aim to Prevent “Housing Cliff” for 1,100 Aging Out of Foster Care Dec. 31
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors today voted to connect soon-to-be former foster youth with rapid rehousing funds and other benefits after California's moratorium on aging out of foster care ends Dec. 31.
More than the Bottom Line: How a Chamber of Commerce is Helping Foster Youth Succeed
In 2013, more than 20,000 teens and young adults in Los Angeles received services through [email protected]’s Work-Based Learning Program, which provides youth in the county with subsidized work experiences and trainings.