For 16 years, Morgan Perrill has advocated for changes at the state level. For the past two years, much of her work has been on behalf of youth in foster care. “I love seeing young people learn about government and get involved in its process,” said Perrill, Vice...
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Read the full letter from The Children's Budget Coalition here. Dear Chair Leahy, Chair DeLauro, Ranking Member Shelby and Ranking Member Granger, As you work to complete the FY2023 appropriations process, the undersigned groups are writing to urge you to prioritize...
This year’s Indiana General Assembly session included passage of a number of provisions that will help Indiana’s foster children.
A lot of voices informed the most recent COVID relief bill, but most notable to those of us at Foster Success were the voices of older foster youth and former foster care youth from across the country informing the Supporting Foster Youth & Families through...
Foster Success is one of 45 organizations who signed the following letter on Supporting Foster Youth and Families through the Pandemic Act. A copy of the letter is available here.
…the more complete data set only emphasized and further heightened the continued disparities in the educational foundation that we are laying for Indiana’s students in foster care.
On April 29, 2020 Foster Success sent this letter to Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb about ways the State can support foster youth during COVID-19.
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Gov. Eric Holcomb says his public health priorities in this 2019 agenda will focus on children and families. A plan to improve the state’s the child welfare system is at the top of the list.