California Youth Transitions to Adulthood Study (CalYOUTH)

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CalYOUTH study Brief with Key Findings from the Second Wave of Youth Surveys at age 19

Chapin Hall and the California Child Welfare Co-Investment Partnership (2016)
553d3ada-a685-4dda-945f-7cd24c3d2b75 Fostering Futures: A Forum on the CalYOUTH Study Findings 9:30 AM- 4:00 PM. Tuesday May 10th, Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles, CA. This event included presentations and panels with Dr. Mark Courtney and his colleagues from Chapin Hall to facilitate a dialogue with stakeholders from Southern California on the policy and practice changes needed to improve the trajectories of youth in care. Click here for event Agenda and Panelist Bios.

 

- Mark Courtney; Professor, University of Chicago, and Chapin Hall Scholar
 

 

- Nathanael Okpych; CalYOUTH Researcher, University of Chicago
- Barry Fox; CWS Manager, County of San Diego
- Debbie Raucher; CA College Pathways Project Manager, John Burton Foundation
- Maria Serrano; First Place for Youth; Opportunity Youth Collaborative Young Leader, Alliance for Children’s Rights;
 

 

 
- Dominique Mikell; CalYOUTH Researcher, University of Chicago
- MaurissaSanders; Housing (THPP/THP+FC) Program Manager, L.A. County DCFS
- Luis Madrid; Associate TAY Division Director, Aspiranet
- Steven Ambrocio; Former Foster Youth
 

 

- Kune Park; CalYOUTH Researcher, University of Chicago
- Candy Caceres; Director of TAY Services, Children’s Institute, Inc.
- Lynn Kleist; Health Care Services Chief, Orange County,
- Kamari ‘Kookie’ Wells; First Place for Youth; Opportunity Youth  Collaborative Young Leader, Alliance For Children’s Rights;
 

 

-Brooke Stevenson; CalYOUTH Researcher, University of Chicago
-Donna Fernandez; Program Manager, Los Angeles County DCFS
-Barbara Facher; Health Care Social Worker, Alliance for Children’s Rights
-Asia Powe; Youth in Extended Foster Care, Alliance for Children’s Rights
 

 

-Mark Courtney; Professor, University of Chicago, and Chapin Hall Scholar
-Rochelle Trochtenberg; State Ombudsman for Foster Care, CA Dept. of Social Services
-Hon. Michael Nash; Director, Los Angeles Office of Child Protection
 

CalYOUTH Overview CalYOUTH Study Brief with Key Findings from the Baseline Youth Survey

Chapin Hall and the California Child Welfare Co-Investment Partnership (2014)

CalYOUTH: Conditions of Foster Youth at Age 17

Chapin Hall, The California Department of Social Services, County Welfare Directors Association of California; funding and input provided by: Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Stuart Foundation, Walter S. Johnson Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, and the Annie E. Casey Foundation (2014)

 

Worker Survey Early Findings from the Child Welfare Worker Survey

Chapin Hall, The California Department of Social Services, County Welfare Directors Association of California; funding and input provided by: Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Stuart Foundation, Walter S. Johnson Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, and the Annie E. Casey Foundation (2014)