Aghalarova Aygun (green) and her son Gusehnov Rasul, 3, and her neighbor's daughter, Gusehnova Salmaz, 5, live in  Kimyachilar-3 CBO IDP camp in Kimyachilar settlement. Dr. Joanna de Berry, Senior Social Development Specialist at The World Bank, visits the settlement. 500 families live in the settlement, 1083 females, 1117 males and 2200 total.  The World Bank has been helping to improve living conditions and education opportunities of internally displaced persons in Azerbaijan. Photo: Allison Kwesell / World Bank

For The Teen’s Child

If you are receiving foster care funding for a teen parent, you will also receive funding for their baby if the baby is also placed in your home. This funding is available whether or not the teen’s child is in the foster care system. It may be very complicated to go through the process of getting this assistance, but there is help available to help you understand the process.

These agencies will give you free help:

Public Counsel
Alliance for Children’s Rights
Children’s Law Center