For Judges and Attorneys Handling Child Protective Services Cases
July 23, 2021
Young Adult Pandemic Aid (PanAid) for Older Texas Youth
The Texas Center for Child and Family Studies and Monarch Family Services have announced the onset of the Young Adult Pandemic Aid (PanAid), a funding opportunity for young adults who have aged out of foster care or youth in extended care who experienced financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please see the announcement and links from the Center below.
Young Adult Pandemic Aid
Apply to Be a Community Distribution Partner
Dear Community Partner,
The Texas Center for Child and Family Studies in partnership with Houston- based organization Monarch Family Services is pleased to announce the onset of the Young Adult Pandemic Aid (PanAid), a funding opportunity for young adults that have aged-out of foster care or youth in extended care who experienced financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. This opportunity is specifically applicable for older youth and young adults ages 18-26 (or up to their 27th birthday) and is designed to help them afford immediate and basic needs such as rent, groceries, cell phone bills and more. Learn more details here.
Our goal is to reach as many young adults as possible with this exciting opportunity! Below are a few ways to do so:
Become a Funding Distribution Partner: If you are a community organization in the state of Texas, you can help by applying to partner in distributing these funds. Child placing agencies, shelters and universities with supervised independent living programs are all highly encouraged to participate and complete an application. Learn more and apply here.
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