foster care

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Noun1.foster care - supervised care for delinquent or neglected children usually in an institution or substitute home
guardianship, tutelage, care, charge - attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"
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foster care

n cuidado de crianza, crianza de huérfanos o niños abandonados por alguien que no es padre adoptivo y que recibe remuneración del gobierno
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The company re-purposes 10% of their profits to fund programs for foster youth and ensures that 30% of their hires come from the foster community.
Ten years ago, I wrote an article for YALS (Young Adult Library Services) called "Library Outreach to Foster Teens." It focused on the work I had begun in Oakland, California, as the Teen Outreach Librarian and was beginning to do in Boston, Massachusetts, specifically with foster youth.
Foster youth are often struggling with finding healthy outlets to express their trauma.
Like many other transition-age former foster youth, the young man lacked the intensive support needed to overcome housing, transportation, employment, and health obstacles to become an independent adult.
He said government should make policies to foster youth entrepreneurship that would help in reducing unemployment and poverty from the country.
Life After Foster Care: Improving Outcomes for Former Foster Youth
The team plays in the Russell Foster Youth League Premiership on Saturdays and the Pin Point Junior League Premiership on Sundays
EDMOND The University of Central Oklahoma Foundation and the UCO Center for Counseling and Well-Being received a three-year grant totaling more than $145,000 from Eckerd Connects to help reverse the trend of foster youth who graduate from high school without plans to pursue higher education.
Foster youth and former prisoners are among the populations targeted for enhanced coverage of their treatment.
"For foster youth, the state of Texas is the parent in that role," said Molly Clayton, executive director of the Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.
The Foundation's priorities for the grants include representation of foster youth and access to special education, medical, developmental, and mental health services that are required under law.

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