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Foster Youth in Transition

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Foster Youth in Transition


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The site provides information on a variety of issues important to current and former foster youth, as well as, links to other sites that share information on how to develop supports, find services, get answers to important questions and keep you posted on what's new.

The FYIT web site was the result of a recommendation made by the Statewide Task Force on Youth Transitioning from Foster Care in 2006. Over 100 members from public and private organizations that care about improving services to foster youth participated. Youth representatives were part of the Task Force and acted as a lead for each of the six subcommittees that consisted of the State Court Administrative Office, Child Welfare Services Division; the Governor's Task Force on Children's Justice; the Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Institute; the Office of the Children's Ombudsman; and Children's Charter of the Courts of Michigan.

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What's New

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If you are a young person enrolled in MYOI and need to take your survey - click on the link above!

MYOI Opportunity Passport Participant Survey
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Recent changes in financial aid expand college opportunities for foster youth. See how these changes may affect you.
A Handbook for Youth In Foster Care - Now Available!

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