Chronicle of Social Change: Housing Shortage Driving Foster Youth Across City Lines

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Having a safe and stable place to live is something everyone wants, and something that many young people in foster care have not experienced. With the rising costs of housing in San Francisco, many foster youth are being forced to move out of the county to find housing they can afford. This article by The Chronicle of Social Change highlights the stories of young people who are being affected by this problem, and includes quotes from First Place for Youth’s Chief of Staff, Liz Bender.

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