Vital Documents

Young people who have experienced foster care are often left without many of the necessary documents needed to navigate adulthood. For example, you may need your birth certificate to obtain a drivers license, diplomas and vaccination records for work or school, and health insurance information or family medical history when you see a doctor. Unfortunately, tracking these documents down isn’t always easy. We’re here to help!

*When needed, we will work with your IL or OYS providers to access and manage your vital documents.

Examples of Vital Documents:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Social Security Card
  • Health Insurance Cards/Info
  • Previous Medical Records
  • Immunizations
  • Medications- dose & name
  • Pharmacies Used
  • Family Medical Histories 
  • Diplomas

*When needed, we will work with your IL or OYS providers to access and manage your vital documents.

Access Support

Connect with a Foster Success staff today who can help you access your vital documents and pay associated fees. 

Vital Document Management

You have your documents, but now you need to keep them safe.

We can help you:

  • Register for a digital locker
  • Open a safe deposit box
  • Buy a personal lockbox
  • Whatever you think will work best for you! 

Sign-up up now for iFoster’s Digital Locker to securely manage all of your vital documents.

About IFoster

Foster Success Vital Documents
Foster Success | Angel Crone

Questions? Contact Angel Crone, Director – Health & Well-Being

[email protected]   •   317-601-6656

Basic Needs

The Basic Needs program provides 1:1 referrals and real connections to community resources including, but not limited to: Housing, Financial Support, Food, Hygiene Items, Transportation, Medical & Health Needs, and Self-Advocacy.

Vital Documents

We are here to help you track down documents you will need throughout your life. Those may include birth certificates, social security cards, health insurance cards/info, previous medical records, immunization records, medications, family medical histories, and diplomas or trade certificates.

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