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CASA youth enrolled in our Fostering Futures program recently created this heartfelt video about their experience and the life-changing support their CASA volunteers provide:

What if Every Youth Aging Out of Foster Care Achieved Their Full Potential?

Teenagers who will age out of foster care face long odds and are one of the most vulnerable populations in the country. Nearly 20,000 young people age out of the system every year and are expected to make it on their own as independent adults.

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The Fostering Futures program’s goal is to help youth 11-18 who have experienced abuse and/or neglect as they prepare to transition to independent adulthood.

Active Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers who have completed additional training help to  implement this program. 

In 2023, 45 youth participated in our Fostering Futures program, developing skills and setting goals to help transition successfully to independence.

Through a combination of one-on-one mentoring, monthly programming to build practical skills, fun activities with peers with similar life experiences, and connections to community resources, Fostering Futures programming helps youth reach their full potential.

For more information on the Fostering Futures program, contact

Associate Director - Youth and Mentoring, 

Taylor Connell at or call (920) 430-0089.

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