R.J. Leonard Foundation

The R.J. Leonard Foundation is a privately funded nonprofit organization that provides a fellowship program for young adults aging out of the foster care system in Bucks County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

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Action Housing, Inc. – MyPlace Youth Programs

The MyPlace programs prevent youth homelessness while helping young people to achieve their educational and employment goals. By working with case managers to build self-reliance and independence, we keep our young participants in safe and secure housing and help them develop into responsible members of the community.

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Luzerne County Independent Living Unit

The Independent Living Unit provides services to youth, aged 16 and over, to help prepare them for independence following their emancipation from the child welfare system. Any youth, up to age 21, who has ever been in foster care, for any amount of time after their 14 birthday, is eligible to participate in these services.

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R. J. Leonard Foundation

The R.J. Leonard Foundation educates, initiates careers and personally mentors young adults who are aging out of the foster care system; we empower them to succeed, free of government assistance for the rest of their lives.

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C.B. Community Schools

We believe that too many of our students have been removed from their homes and placed in institutional settings to address their educational and social and emotional challenges. C.B. Community Schools is a successful model for prevention and diversion from institutional placement. We provide our students with the resources and skills to be successful in their communities.

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Adams County Project Hope Mentoring Program

Project Hope strives to match current and former foster youth, as well as,  other at-risk youth from the community, ages 13-21,  with a positive, caring adult in the community to coach them in daily living activities, be a listening ear, introduce them to new opportunities, empower them to make responsible decisions, and spend time pursuing activities of shared interest.

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(2018) Pennsylvania Partners for Children – 2018 State of Child Welfare Report

PPC annually compiles State of Child Welfare data to gauge the performance of Pennsylvania’s child welfare system in meeting the needs of the children and families the system serves. We gather comprehensive data for each of the 67 counties, including information on foster care placements, children leaving or re-entering foster care and efforts to reunify children with parents or relatives.

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The Vision Program

The VISION Program will provide programming that challenges youth to think critically about the choices they are making in life and the outcome of habitual negativity and having poor role models.

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