“No person in and from care should have to accept that their relationships come with expiry dates”. – Chloe, aged 25

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NTL’s mission is to promote and facilitate safe, unconditional, caring and supportive permanent connections for youth who are at risk or have aged out of the child welfare system. A young person who ages out of care does so without the one thing they were promised when they entered foster care –people to support them and guide them through life who are not paid to be there—“Humans” in NTL language. The NTL program was co founded by young people who believe every young person has a right to permanency. Our belief is that every single young person has the right to belong with people who love and value them unconditionally throughout their life. Through this program, NTL works to recruit, connect, educate and train, support and advocate, in order to give back to young people who have aged out of care, the chance to have a family to rely on, no matter their age

Never Too Late initiatives include:

 

Can someone over the age of 18 be formally adopted in Ontario? Yes! Click here to download our Adopting Foster Youth Aged 18+ brochure for more information.

Interested in Finding out More…

Orientation Part 1

A recorded webinar version of Part 1 of the NTL Orientation, Importance of Permanency is available for your viewing.

Orientation Part 2

Part 2 of Orientation: What Does it Mean to be an NTL “human”? Date to be announced. Sign up below (contact us) for our newsletter for the information when announced.

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