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One woman’s journey out of foster care

One woman’s journey out of foster care and the daunting task of ‘aging out’ for vulnerable youths Natalie Clark entered and exited foster care until ninth grade, when she went in and stayed in. Transitioning to adulthood is especially challenging for foster kids. By Lois M. Collins  Feb 13, 2020, 10:01pm MST Deseret News Article

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First Star Academy – University of Utah

Lois M. Collins Deseret News March 30, 2017 SALT LAKE CITY — States remove abused and neglected children from dangerous or troubling situations every day and place them in foster care, promising to keep them safe. That doesn’t mean the children are promised an especially bright future. Statistics are disheartening, despite the good intentions and [...]

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