Welcome WelcomeHealthy Foster Care America (HFCA) is an initiative of the AAP and its partners to improve the health and well-being outcomes of children and teens in foster care. Moving to AdulthoodPrepare older youth in care with tips for obtaining health records and securing health insurance.Read MorePreviously in Foster CareSign up for Health Insurance!Read MoreParenting After TraumaHandout now available in Spanish!Read More Learn more about this Advocate for Children and Teens in Foster Care Help physicians advocate for children and teens in foster care by using a flyer that can be used in newsletters, listserv announcements websites. Health Insurance Foster Care How to sign up for health insurance if you were previously in foster care. In Their Own Words Those in and from foster care from across the nation have been making postcards that describe their experiences, what they've learned, their losses, and their victories Models of Care Find information on the various models, programs, and projects that are offered to children in the US foster care system Primary Care Tools View and download tools designed to help you care for children and teens in foster care Safe & Sound Download this series of resources created in partnership with the Dave Thomas Foundation to understand how early trauma and adversity may have affected children. State Medicaid Provider Directories View state-specific informatioon Advertising Disclaimer COVID-19 Resources Webinar on Caring for Children in Foster Care During the PandemicThis video was created by The Council on Foster Care, Adoption and Kinship Care to address the current challenges seen in children in f MOC Part II Self-AssessmentThe Ohio AAP has developed an MOC Part II self-assessment on foster care. Transitioning Youth Course & QI Project on Transitioning Youth to Adult Health CareImprove care of transitioning youth with these 11 web-based modules from the Illinois Chapter New Resources A Children's Guide to Foster CareFun activity booklet to help children understand foster care. Health Oversight and Coordination Plans:Recommendations and resources from the Division of State Government Affairs Information for Families Visit heatlhychildren.orgVisit HealthyChildren.org, the official parenting Web site of the AAP, for information for families on foster care. Get Involved Join usJoin the Council on Foster Care Adoption and Kinship Care Tip Sheet For Health ProfessionalsThis new tip sheet is for health professionals looking to make their practice more foster care friendly.