New Data Project Finds Nation Struggling to House Foster Kids

“Who Cares: A National Count of Foster Homes and Families” is a data and reporting project which points to a foster care system that often fails to recruit and retain enough caregivers for the children in it. - October 16, 2018

Chronicle of Social Change Takes on Child Trauma Thanks to New Reporting Initiative

As part of grant funding from the California Endowment, The Chronicle of Social Change kicks off a new reporting initiative focused on child trauma with particular attention given to children and youth involved in the child welfare and probation systems. Building on an increasing amount of... - July 02, 2015

Foster Youth Learn Advocacy Skills & Build Community at Leaders for Change Conference

Foster Youth in Action, a San Francisco-based nonprofit organization dedicated to foster youth advocacy, held its third annual youth leadership conference, Leaders for Change, November 6 – 10, 2014 in Oakland, Calif. - November 14, 2014

CNN's Lisa Ling Hosts Benefit to Empower Youth in Foster Care

Lisa Ling, executive producer and host of CNN’s new docu-series THIS IS LIFE will emcee "Late Night with FMC," a mock talk show to highlight how journalism can improve the lives of vulnerable children. - October 02, 2014

Quarterly "Checkup" Analyzes Child Protection Reform in Los Angeles

Fostering Media Connections, a San Francisco-based nonprofit journalism organization and publisher of the news website, The Chronicle of Social Change, released its first quarterly “checkup” analyzing the developmental health of Los Angeles County’s child protection reform... - August 07, 2014

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