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Expectant & Parenting Youth in Foster Care Learning Collective Quarterly Connections - November 2015


November 2015

In this issue, we discuss a recent convening of The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, covering, among many topics, the issues facing youth in foster care. In addition, this issue included a spotlight on using education-based interventions to promote positive outcomes and overall well-being for expectant and parenting youth in foster care.

 

 

 

 


 

EPY newsletter August 2015   August 2015

In this issue, we release a new report, Expectant and Parenting Youth in Foster Care: Addressing Their Developmental Needs to Promote Healthy Parent and Child Outcomes, which examines the research across five domains: 

  • physical, sexual and reproductive health and development
  • cognitive and emotional development 
  • identity development
  • social development 
  • preparation for parenthood and self-sufficiency 

We also recorded a podcast with the report's author, Dr. Charlyn Harper Browne, who provides expert commentary and analysis on the issues.

Inside you'll also find a link to our September 9th webinar. 

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   June 2015

In this second installment of Quarterly Connections, we talk with two young parents who grew up in foster care about their experiences co-parenting with their partners and the help they wish they'd received. We will host a webinar on the results of a study that tested a co-parenting counseling program for parenting and expecting adolescents on June 24, 2015. This issue also includes a highlights video from the first Young Fathers Convening of the New York City Administration for Children’s Services Teen Specialist Unit

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March 2015

This inaugural edition of EPY in Foster Care Quarterly Connections explores CSSP's commitment to drawing much-needed attention to expectant and parenting youth in foster care. In addition, we feature two Q&As with two jurisdictions implementing CSSP's set of policy and practice proposals to improve well-being outcomes for this population and their children. 

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