Former foster youth can be particularly difficult to track when they are no longer involved with the child welfare system. Once they leave foster care, youth may experience frequent changes in their residence and employment, or they may leave the community to enroll in higher education or the military. Youth may become homeless or incarcerated or they may not be interested in maintaining contact with the child welfare agency.
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