Here we highlight some current supports available for youth in and from care with concrete ideas for improving their opportunities to succeed in school and maximize their academic potential. Click here to view PDF.
An enthusiastic group of youth from Family and Children’s Services of the Waterloo Region got together to create a video entitled ‘Youth Leaving Care’. The video captures the realities of being a youth in care facing the prospect of ‘aging out’ of the child welfare system. It is their attempt to add their voice to
Needs of Teens in Care Everywhere (N.O.T.I.C.E.) Newsletter is now available. Click here to download. Click here to view previous N.O.T.I.C.E. Newsletters.
[slideshow id=2] Lost your wallet? Need I.D? Need some help to write a resume? Looking for affordable housing listings? Don’t know how to cook? Looking for local community centres? How do I apply for Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP)? What scholarships are available for me? All your answers can be found at Ontario YouthCAN’s Resources
Statement from Minister of Children and Youth Services On Youth Leaving Care Report May 14, 2012 1:22 PM Retrieved from http://news.ontario.ca/mcys/en/2012/05/statement-from-minister-of-children-and-youth-services-on-youth-leaving-care-report.html Today, Dr. Eric Hoskins, Minister of Children and Youth Services, released the following statement in response to the Youth Leaving Care Report: “Earlier today, I was pleased to accept the report from the Youth
My REAL Life Book The Youth Leaving Care Hearings were the first public hearings organized and run by young people at Queen’s Park, the home of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. The Provincial Advocate for Children and Youth partnered with dozens of volunteers — all young people in and from care — to hold