We’re pleased to share a Foundation-funded documentary, “Congratulations, You’re On Your Own: Life After Foster Care,” which features inspiring stories from young people about life after foster care in Los Angeles. Directed by filmmaker Michael Nes, this film takes an intimate look at the real-life stories of several young people who have recently aged out of foster care. Nes’ insightful and moving documentary explains how children enter the foster care system, what happens while they are there, and the challenges they face as they transition out.
This documentary was produced by To Foster Change, a three-year social impact initiative of PBS SoCal, aimed at inspiring change in the realities and life outcomes of Southern California’s foster youth.
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