As the nation grapples with the public health crisis of COVID-19, child welfare systems must prioritize the urgent and unique needs of older youth in foster care and those who have left (or aged out of) foster care without permanent family connections. The Casey Foundation urges action on the a set of priority needs. Child welfare leaders, advocates, policymakers, philanthropists and others must work with communities, young people, families and systems to improve policies and practices to help youth and young adults. #covid-19
How Child Welfare Leaders Can Help Older Youth During COVID-19 Pandemic
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