My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Just In Time For Foster Youth, San Diego, CA, USA
When I first realized that foster youth had to learn how to become self-sufficient adults with little or no family support, I was shocked. I remembered how much help I gave to my children in their late teens and early twenties. When I got involved with Just In Time For Foster Youth, I was surprised to see how motivated these youth were and how a little help went a long way! Here we have these youth without resources and a support system and then we have a community of of people with tons of resources and a willingness to help - Just In Time brings them together.
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How did you learn about this organization?
From Jeanette Day, a court-appointed youth advocate
What is this organization's top short-term priority?
Providing gap services for transitioning foster youth.
What is its top priority in the long run?
To change the appalling stats on foster youth and to help foster youth actually achieve self-sufficiency.
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