Youth Services & Resources

"Children and youth in foster care have the right to be treated with respect regardless of age, race, culture, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, religious beliefs, family relations or family history."

Read the Utah Foster Care Bill of Rights
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Child and Family Services works to support youth at risk of exiting foster care without a permanent home. The Transition to Adulthood Living (TAL) program utilizes a network of organizations for youth ages 14 to 21, and offers services including academic mentoring, financial planning, career preparation, and limited financial assistance.

COVID funds available to current and former foster youth up to age 23

Congress has granted DCFS more than $2 million in COVID-19 grant funding that can assist youth with housing, transportation, basic needs, technology and more. Contact one of the listed Transition to Adulthood Living (TAL) Coordinators below to learn more.