The Adolescent Services Resource Network at the Hunter College School of Social Work is a training, technical assistance, and information resource center dedicated to increasing the knowledge and skills of child welfare staff working with youth 14-21 in foster care.

Our training supports independent living, self sufficiency, and transitional services that promote positive youth development in child welfare agencies in New York City.

Funded by the New York State Office of Children and Families and the New York City Administration for Children's Services, the Adolescent Services Resource Network at the Hunter College School of Social Work is a vital resource for all child welfare agencies.

 


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Teens leaving or aging out of foster care in New York have a new one-stop hub for information, inspiration and real resources to help them transition to adulthood. The site -- developed by New York City Administration for Children's Services; New Yorkers For Children; and Youth Communication -- houses teen-written stories, legal and educational information and links to programs and services.


 

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