Rosie experienced homelessness for three years. She had been in the foster care system since she was seven years old, and didn’t have a permanent support system until last year, when Foster Success became the shoulder she needed to lean on. Now, the 19-year-old...
Health & Well-Being
Foster Success Creates Basic Needs Resources
Foster Success has introduced new resources to help young adults transitioning out of foster care meet their basic needs and has created a new position, a Basic Needs Coordinator, to oversee this work. The Basic Needs Coordinator helps solve immediate needs through an...
COVID-19 Information & FAQs
Planning Through the Pandemic Young adults currently or formerly in care are eligible for new and expanded assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This assistance is designed to remove barriers young adults may face due to the pandemic. The below provides information...
COVID-19 highlights impact of family privilege
Family privilege encompasses many things – but right now the most apparent one is the safety net that young adults often have to fall back on for basic needs including housing and food, financial support, and mental and emotional support.
COVID-19 emergency fund application for older foster youth
Older foster youth affected by COVID-19 can apply here for emergency funds
COVID-19 help and resources for older foster youth
We’ve compiled a list of offers, promotions, and government resources for older foster youth disrupted by COVID-19.
Two years after passage, Indiana’s Medicaid program helps youth become productive adults
Foster Success’ work with SEA 497 wasn’t about seeking special benefits. “We wanted to bring parity between youth in foster care and youth with families with sustained medical coverage,”