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Increase in Monterey Homeless and Foster Youth Student Populations


Foster Youth

Mar 19, 2019

Janet Ferraiolo
Janet Ferraiolo

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A new study explores the high rates of homelessness and foster care in Monterey County

A new study from Trust grantees National Center for Youth Law and Pivot Learning, Crisis on the Coast: The Bay Coastal Foster Youth and Homeless Student Populations, explores the high rates of homelessness and foster care in Monterey County. The study shows that the number of children in foster care in Monterey County nearly doubled between 2011 and 2015. The study also looks at the reasons behind the spike in homelessness and child welfare involvement in Monterey County.

To learn more, click the link below to read the Crisis on the Coast report.

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