New program in Arkansas helping young adults aging out of foster care
Turning 18 years old can be hard, but it can be even more challenging for people aging out of foster care who may not have a person to turn to for help.
A new program that launched in Northwest Arkansas and the river valley is looking to change that. It’s called LifeSet. A specialist helps young adults adjust to life on their own. It’s already making a difference for one 18-year-old DeAnna Wilson from Fort Smith.
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