WHAT WE’RE UP TO

Click the links below to read more about what OFYC members are up to. You can also read shorter summaries of some of the ways our members have taken action in our quarterly update email, OFYC in Action.

2020 Policy Recommendations

Twenty-six current and former foster youth from across the state participated in Oregon Foster Youth Connection’s virtual 2020 Policy Conference. On Aug 25th, many of them presented the following recommendations to an audience of lawmakers, Oregon Department of Human...

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2020 Policy Conference Success!

For immediate release: 08/26/20 Contact: Michelle Luedtke | michelle@ourchildrenoregon.org | 503-236-9754 Foster Youth Propose Policy Recommendations to Improve Oregon’s Foster Care System Oregon: Tuesday afternoon, current and former foster youth virtually presented...

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2020 Policy Conference

If you’re 14-25 years old and have ever been in foster care, you’re invited!!! Join 35-40 other current or former foster youth from across Oregon for four days of virtual advocacy, activism, leadership and fun! Where: At your computer or phone When: Saturday, August...

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Sign our ILP Petition!

Help Foster Youth Better the Child Welfare System The Oregon Child Welfare System and Oregon Foster Youth are in crisis. We must come together to ask our legislature to budget money for child welfare - to provide enough caseworkers, to support foster...

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OFYC Member Selected to Attend National Workgroup

OFYC member Maddy L. travelled to Washington, D.C. in October to participate in a special opportunity. Here’s what she said about her experience: What was the opportunity? Maddy: American Institute for Research (AIR), the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs...

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