Effective January 1, 2004, Assembly
Bill 490 (Steinberg) imposes new duties
and rights related to the education of
dependents and wards in foster care. Nu Beginnings leaders have discovered after an extensive research that a strong educational foundation is inevitable for building our incapacitated and at risk young adults success to help them become responsible citizen of our communities. When aging out of foster care placements, Nu Beginnings keeps into consideration the incapacitated adults present school and the impact the placement will have on their educational stability.
Nu Beginnings noticeable strategy has always been Long-Term Support. After a comprehensive study we have found that for success of the incapacitated young adults population even after re-entry into the community can get affected by current ongoing economical setback in the community and nation as a whole. Nu Beginnings provides a long term one-to-one case management support based pioneering program. Which assist clients in the program, ensure their stability by providing bio-psycho-social intake evaluation, advanced education information, and helping them with availing county, state and federal benefit programs.
In California there are over 60,000 children in foster care. Children come into foster care when their birth families are unable to care for them because of neglect that arise from situations such as homelessness, mental health, substance abuse, also include suffering from physical or sexual abuse.
We provide incapacitated and at risk youths with the basic necessities needed related to their educational and independence needs. Nu Beginnings is planting a seed into the incapacitated and at risk young adult lives that will provide support and assist them in reaching their individual goals.
At Nu Beginnings, every incapacitated foster and at risk youth gets the attention he or she needs to bring out their best.