I Know Where I’m Going, Part One

But Will My Cash Keep Up

Practice Guide

This guide, written for teenagers in foster care, provides the knowledge and skills necessary to be financially savvy and able to save for your future. 

June 17, 2002

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I Know Where I’m Going, Part Two

But Will My Cash Keep Up?

Practice Guide

This workbook, part of a 2-book set, is designed to stimulate conversations with foster children, ages 12 to 15, about investing money, being a savvy shopper and using a credit card.

June 17, 2002

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Money Pals, Part Two

Being Cool with Cash

Practice Guide

This workbook is designed to teach foster children, ages 8 to 11, practical skills about shopping, such as keeping a spending diary, being a smart shopper and understanding advertising.

June 17, 2002

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Implementing the Values and Strategies of Family to Family

Tools for Rebuilding Foster Care

Report

This Family to Family Implementation Guide was developed as a practical resource for child welfare agencies and their partners to use in moving toward a more family-focused and neighborhood-based service system. 

July 21, 2001

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Walking our Talk in the Neighborhoods; Family to Family Tools

Partnerships Between Professional and Natural Helpers, Part Three

Report

This paper shows how to create true, healthy reform for the families and children involved in the child welfare system by presenting the pros and cons of neighborhood helper/professional partnerships. 

January 21, 2001

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Family to Family: Our Work Flyer

Brochure

This document provides an overview of the Foundation's Family to Family initiative.  It lists the principles, outcomes, goals and strategies of the initiative.

July 21, 2006

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