National Youth in Transition Database
Welcome to the California National Youth in Transition Database Web Page
The National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) is a national data system designed to study the independent living services offered to youth in and out of foster care; and to measure certain outcomes of youth in foster care at ages 17, and then that same group of youth either in foster care or exited from foster care at age 19 and age 21 by way of an online survey. The information gathered will help California better serve youth who are transitioning from foster care to adulthood. Independent living services’ data are collected through the Child Welfare Services Case Management System (CWS/CMS) and the outcomes’ data are collected through the NYTD survey for eligible youth at ages 17, 19 and 21.
California surveys the 19 year old population beginning October 1, 2018. This is the second survey of the third cohort. Youth who took the NYTD survey when they were 17 are eligible to participate in the NYTD survey and receive a $75 incentive.
Take the California NYTD Survey for 19-Year-Olds
California NYTD Resources
National NYTD Resources
For Additional Information:
Transition Age Youth Policy Unit
744 P Street, MS 8-13-78
Sacramento, CA 95814
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