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CYC Summer Policy Forum

California Youth Connection

Monday, August 4, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PDT)

CYC Summer Policy Forum

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14SLPC Design Calling All Foster Youth Professionals to Hear

Youth Policy Recommendations! 

2014 Policy Topics:
Pregnancy & Parenting
Housing & Homelessness
Social Worker Accountability
Sibling Placement



Will Lightbourne, Director of the California Department of Social Services

Carroll Schroeder, Executive Director of the California Alliance of Child and Family Services

Agenda Summary:
Check-In (10:00am)
Welcome (10:30am)
Conference Highlights
Youth Presentations & Panel Feedback
Networking Lunch
Break-Out Groups
Closing (2-2:30pm)

Includes Lunch: Mixed Green Salad w/ Balsamic Vinaigrette & Ranch dressings on the side Gourmet Sandwich (Roast Turkey/Havarti, Roast Beef/Provolone, or Vegetarian (herbed cream cheese avocado, veges, & Provolone/Cheddar)), Chocolate Chip Cookie, Piece of Whole Fruit, and a Bottled Water or Soda.

Fee: $40 per guest (to offset the cost of the event). Pay upon arrival by cash or check payable to California Youth Connection.  Receipts available upon request at check-in.

Parking is available in Lot 20 of the parking structure on SFSU campus located on State Dr., off of Lake Merced Blvd., for a daily rate of $7. 

Have questions about CYC Summer Policy Forum? Contact California Youth Connection
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Cesar Chavez Student Center
1650 Holloway Ave
San Francisco, CA 94132

Monday, August 4, 2014 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (PDT)

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California Youth Connection

Since 1998, California Youth Connection (CYC) has served youth aging out of the foster care system.

CYC is a youth driven organization made up of current and former foster youth whom are empowered to advocate for changes in the foster care system.  They do this by educating the community about best practices and issues about the child welfare system, advocating for changes in their community and in the state, training social workers and other stakeholders about best practices, and empowering one another to become leaders. 

All proceeds from the event will benefit California Youth Connection (CYC).To read about our legislative accomplishments please visit our website.If you can't attend, but would like to donate to our efforts, please click here.

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