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Non-profit organization with independent 501(c)(3) status

Children Youth and Family Collaborative

The mission of the Children Youth and Family Collaborative is to establish partnerships with youth-centered organizations and community volunteers to serve youth who are at-risk or in foster care for the purpose of enhancing, supporting and providing a holistic approach to their educational, vocational and overall well-being.


2 Submitted Ideas

  • LEARN ·2023 Grants Challenge

    Foster Youth Dual Enrollment Equity

    In order to transform the educational equity and career opportunities of foster youth, CYFC is launching a multi-systems effort to provide Dual Enrollment college classes to system-involved foster youth attending schools in seven Greater Los Angeles school districts. Having access to Dual Enrollment is a game-changer for their ability to pursue their college dreams and earn a degree. Dual Enrollment classes will be offered to students at no cost, and CYFC's A.R.I.S.S.E. program will provide the academic supports that will ensure their success.

  • LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge

    United for CAPS (College and Pathways to Success)

    United for CAPS (Career And Pathways to Success) is a collaborative, wrap-around effort designed to envelop foster youth in a college-going culture with individualized academic support, college access navigation and college retention services. Like a supportive family network, we provide college tours, a warm hand-off to college, care packages, financial support and crisis management assistant all designed to keep foster youth in college through degree completion.