Helpful Information About Transitioning into Adulthood: 14-23 Year Old

2-1-1 Connecticut

Adolescents In Care Bill Of Rights And Expectations

Adolescents In Care Bill Of Rights And Expectations (Spanish)

Adolescent Needs Prior to Transitioning from Care

Bullying (a.k.a. “Criminal Harassment”)

CAFAF Child in Care Bill of Rights

Casey Family Services (CFS) Alumni Scholarship

Casey Family Services (CFS) Alumni Scholarship (Spanish)

College Assistance Post Secondary (CAPS) Tuition Change

Easing into Secondary Transition: A Comprehensive Guide to Resources and Services in Connecticut

Foster Club: The National Network For Young People In Foster Care:

Foster Care Alumni Of America: For Young Adults Ages 18 And Over Who Have Been In Foster Care

Girls Services

Human Anti-Trafficking Response Team

Kay Wyrick Scholarship

Legal Rights of Teens

National Foster Parent Association Scholarship

National Runaway Safeline

Other Scholarship Information

Preparing For College

Public Health Alert: Youth Suicide


Sibling Bill of Rights

Stepping Forward: A Self-Advocacy Guide for Middle and High School Students

The Cool Spot: The Young Teen’s Place for Info on Alcohol and Resisting Peer Pressure – Created For Youth 11-13 Years Old By The National Institute On Alcohol Abuse And Alcoholism

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

The Student’s Guide to Health: How Kids and Teens Can Keep Their Bodies Healthy


Training and Preparation for Caregiving of Older Foster Youth: Perspectives of Foster Parents

True Colors: a Connecticut Non-Profit Organization That Works Directly With Youth To Ensure That The Needs Of Sexual And Gender Minority Youth Are Both Recognized And Competently Met

Turning Point CT (Mental Health Information for Youth 18-25)

Virtual Academy

Youth Suicide Prevention

The links to other websites are for informational purposes only. The opinions expressed are not necessarily representative of the beliefs or positions of CAFAF.