A young person who ages out of care does so without the one thing they were promised when they entered foster care - a permanent parent to support them and guide them through life.
ACO is committed to creating and piloting a program that is youth-centered and exists in collaboration with community-based programs that work with at-risk youth populations.
This program will include
Never Too Late Orientation Part Two: What it means to be a “Human” at NTL
📅 Tuesday, September 22, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
If you missed Part One of the Orientation “The Importance of Permanency” and want to attend Part Two please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
#14Stories is a podcast series featuring stories from young people about their experiences during the pandemic. We’re releasing a clip a day until May 14th, Children and Youth in Care Day, when we will release our feature-length episode.
We have a very clear mandate for this project - giving back to youth who have aged out of care the opportunity to have a family.
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Can someone over the age of 18 be formally adopted in Ontario?
Check out this article from Todays Parent that highlights the program and features one of our NTL team members.
Life after foster care in Canada
Kids who grow up in the system are not expected to do well. That’s a big part of why they don’t.
We were featured in Macleans! Click here to read the story.