We’re Here to Support You
We know 2020 was a challenging year, and we want to help you make 2021 and beyond a big success. As a youth who has experienced foster care, there are resources now available to you to give you assistance. Due to additional government funding, you may be eligible for help with schooling, living expenses and even re-entering care.
HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
If you are between the ages of 14 and 21 and are currently in foster care or have been in foster care between ages 14 and 21, you may be eligible for financial assistance to help with continuing your education, finding housing, getting transportation and more.
Here are the finer details:
- Chafee Program funding for successful transition to adulthood includes funding for:
- Education and Training Vouchers
- Housing and Employment funding
- Driving and Transportation
- Electronics and Communication Support
- Needed Medical Expenses not covered by CHP or Health Care Provider
FOSTER PARENTS, WE NEED YOU TOO!
Reaching foster youth is essential to ensuring they get the resources they need. If you have an eligible youth in your care or are in touch with a previous foster youth that may be eligible you can direct them to this page to request additional aid.
If you’re between the ages of 18 and 21 and you were in care at ages 16 and older, there are additional supportive services. Please visit: https://dcs.az.gov/services/yap and look at the after-care services tab.
“This funding has been a saving grace for my family and I. The staff is also very supportive and extremely reliable and answered all my questions super quick!” – D.L.
“These funds have not only helped me find a roommate for my new home, but also has given me the opportunity to find something closer to my job! Which is amazing considering the result my credit has undergone due to the financial setbacks of COVID. This also taught me to be financially responsible in case of emergencies!” - M.T.
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