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Former Foster Youth Lack Adequate Access to Affordable Housing
Disparities in access to affordable housing are more prominent in underserved communities such as foster youth, writes Luisa Flores Urrutia.
Lessen the Requirements for Permanent Supportive Housing
By creating these requirements, we are demanding our homeless populations to prove that they are worthy of housing, writes Alex Furtado.
To Address Youth Homelessness, New York City Turns to Those with Experience
In New York City, young people with lived experience are driving the overhaul of its network of care for homeless youth.
Landlord Incentive Program Helps House Young Adults At Risk Of Homelessness
A new program in New Mexico would give financial incentives to landlords who provide housing options for youth aging out of foster care and young adults facing homelessness.
Is Transitional Housing for Me?
When young and vulnerable populations don't have access to stable housing, they are exposed to additional dangers, writes Olivia Valdovinos.
Washington Settles Lawsuit Involving Foster Youth Left Sleeping in Offices and Hotels
This week, Washington’s child welfare agency announced a settlement agreement in a lawsuit over disabled foster youths’ constitutional rights.
Los Angeles Taps New Funding to Prevent Homelessness Among Older Foster Youth
Older youth in extended foster care in Los Angeles County now have better access to cash to help them secure housing in times of transition.
The High Cost of Life After Foster Care
Even if one does not attend traditional college, there are other options available for youth exiting foster care, writes Kiana Deane.
Homeless in Foster Care: What Would Really Keep Foster Youth from Sleeping in Offices
Today on The Imprint Weekly Podcast we feature a great conversation that Fostering Media Connections hosted last month called “Homeless in Foster Care: What Would Really Keep Foster Youth from Sleeping in Offices.”