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 month of May gives us the chance to spread the word about foster youth among our fellow elected representatives and the public at large, Grassley said.
I also spend my free time working on a campaign founded by my friend, Sixto Cancel, and I engage foster youth voice and perspective in the 2016 presidential campaign.
In an effort to help raise awareness for transitioning foster youth, iconic mattress retailer Sit 'n Sleep has partnered with leading California human services agency Aspiranet, to donate mattresses to 10 former foster youth residing in Los Angeles County who have recently entered Aspiranet's Transitional Housing Placement Program.
Less than 3 percent of 18-year-old foster youth aging out of Florida's system have a driver's license, according to Alan Abramowitz, executive director of the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program.
The team, who compete in the Russell Foster Youth League and are currently positioned in third place in Division One, are delighted with Santa's early delivery.
foster care system, foster youth approaching adulthood have over the years attracted considerable attention from policymakers.
By connecting foster youth to educational opportunities, employment, housing and other vital services, cities not only help prepare these young people for adulthood, they also lay the foundation for stronger, safer and more stable neighborhoods.
The central goal of this study was to ascertain the prevalence of behavioural problems in adopted foster youth compared with those not adopted and to chart the longitudinal course of their behavioural problems.
But she has overcome one obstacle most American teenagers haven't -- she's a foster youth and has been one for more than 10 years.
Program-Part (2) funds established under Nevada AB 94 for engaging and supporting former Nevada foster and Nevada Tribal foster youth in their efforts to establish self-sufficiency in the community.
Each year, the National Foster Youth Institute works in coordination with FosterClub, Foster Youth In Action, the Foster Care Alumni Association and the U.

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