Foster Youth Tag

Sibling Connections In Foster Care are a Lifeline to Success Sibling Connections Interview Shows Importance As we go through life, our relationships bind us to our past and future. Whether it’s family, friends, neighbors or even employers, we are always defining who we are in relation to...

No Place Like Home By: Chereese Phillips Vice President/Policy Committee Chair, Foster Care Alumni of America   As we approach the end of the fiscal year, and Congress prepares to leave session, thousands of children and families hang in the balance. Concerned foster care alumni across the country urge...

The National Foster Youth and Alumni Policy Council is a project in partnership between Foster Care Alumni of America and FosterClub, with generous support from Casey Family Programs. As a member of the National Policy Council, Crys O'Grady is a foster care alumnus in her final...

This holiday season, many alumni are coming together for the holidays through chapter gatherings and community events.  This past weekend the FCAA Massachusetts chapter and Oklahoma interest groups held Alumni Reunion holiday events. The Massachusetts group met up on Saturday, December 6, for Christmas lights, cookies...

This year, the Michigan Chapter of Foster Care Alumni of America conducted the state's Foster Care Review Board annual training.  The Foster Care Review Board Program is administered by the michigan State Supreme Court to ensure safety and permanency for children in the state foster...

At Foster Care Alumni of America, we want to ensure that people in and from foster care can experience the connection and love that most people get from their families. This Thanksgiving, alumni around the country are organizing reunions over the holidays to build their...

I am a member of the Nevada chapter of the Foster Care Alumni of America because I wish something like this organization existed while I was growing up in foster care. To have ability to give feedback to child welfare professionals and for them to...