Aging Out of Foster Care: Questions and Answers
“Aging out” refers to what happens when young adults in foster care reach a certain age (age 18 in most states) and are no longer eligible for support from the foster care system. Without foster care funding, you may lose your place to live, health care coverage, connections to supportive adults and may have many conerns and questions about what you are supposed to do on your own.
This section includes questions and answers about common concerns young adults have about aging out of the foster care system to help support you as you start a new life outside of the system!
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