Every year teenagers in Winston-Salem
transition from foster care still needing our support.
Our work is to assist them achieve their goals and to be all they were meant to be.
We are a community of dedicated individuals and organizations
Become an ADVOCATE
and a VOICE
Hear their stories.
Resources for education and career training
[elevation_content_image_box title=”Aging out of Foster Care” right_image=”929″ learn_more_title=”What happens” learn_more_url=”http://youthintransition.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/JCY-beyond-18-infographic.pdf” donate_title=”Learn more” donate_url=”http://www.aecf.org/work/child-welfare/jim-casey-youth-opportunities-initiative”]The Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative has created a wonderful infographic detailing the problem and cost of doing nothing for young people aging out of foster care (22,000 annually in America*), as well as a better path for these amazing young people![/elevation_content_image_box]
[elevation_content_video_box video_url=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/JkfXfnJufcI” title=”Helping youth in Forsyth County ” learn_more_url=”http://www.youthintransition.org/what-we-do/” donate_title=”Donate” donate_url=”http://www.youthintransition.org/donations”]Our community is learning to engage a growing number of youth who have been served in the foster care system. Unfortunately for most, the difficulties for an older teenager and young adult can prevent them from moving into successful adulthood. Our services walk alongside these young people to provide resources, mentoring and opportunities to achieve a healthy start and provide for themselves and their families.[/elevation_content_video_box]
We have 7 goals for success in adulthood.
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