Foster A Kid Incorporated is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization founded by Erna Sharma in 2015. The agency’s mission is to provide a safe, supportive and structured living environment for young problematic, neglect, abuse, runways, homeless young female, children removed from their love one’s and young mother with baby age 13 to 17 years old to exercise their right to make choices, grow and contribute to their community and Foster A Kid Incorporated give youth every opportunity to become healthy and productive adult in society.

Our Mission: is to make sure that every children enter our facility are able to read and have a bright future.
Foster A Kid Seeks to develop and administer programs to enhance the safety and quality of life for children, youth, and families through a quality, comprehensive continuum of care in the fields of social services, education, corrections, mental health, and housing. We at Foster A kid Believed that all children should be raised in a family oriented environment, if possible with a Mother, Father, Sister and Brother or A loving relative that would provide them love and a safe environment to live a productive and stress free, depression free life. Stress/depression free life we means- not to worry about shelter, having someone available 100% to help them with their homework, not to worry about being abuse or rape by a family member or anyone. We will also provide a variety of supportive services through our Foster A Kid Incorporated foundation such as housing and case management programs, homeless youth outreach services, homeless shelters for those in need, and low-income housing to children, adolescents, young adults and families in need of treatment, housing, or support with other outreach organization. Established by local individuals with a sincere interest in the welfare of children at risk, Foster A Kid Incorporated, will continued to grow and respond to the changing needs of the State of Florida and our local community. We have will be adding community-based case management programs to support the needs of our community.

Statistic Show that more than 500 000 children are in foster care in the United States. Most of these children have been the victims of repeated abuse and prolonged neglect and have not experienced a nurturing, stable environment during the early years of life. Such experiences are critical in the short- and long-term development of a child’s brain and the ability to subsequently participate fully in society. Children in foster care have disproportionately high rates of physical, developmental, and mental health problems and often have many unmet medical and mental health care needs. Foster A Kid Incorporate, as advocates for children and their families, have a special responsibility to evaluate and help address these needs.

According to a study conducted in late April by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults in the U.S. can't read. That's 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can't read. Illiteracy and crime are closely related. I would say it a link between academic failure and delinquency, violence, and crime is welded to reading failure." The stats back up this claim:
• 85 percent of all juveniles who interface with the juvenile court system are functionally illiterate, and over 70 percent of inmates in America's prisons cannot read above a fourth grade level,
• More than 60 percent of all prison inmates are functionally illiterate
• Literacy is learned. Illiteracy is passed along by parents who cannot read or write.
• One child in four grows up not knowing how to read.
• 43% of adults at Level 1 literacy skills live in poverty compared to only 4% of those at Level 5
• 3 out of 4 people on welfare/Foster Home or any other type of group home can’t read
• 90% of welfare/Foster Home or any other type of group home recipients are high school dropouts.
• 16 to 19 year old girls at the poverty level and below, with below average skills, are 6 times more likely to have out-of-wedlock children than their reading counterparts.
Illiteracy it’s a very serious problem in American and it is caused by poor basic education. Illiteracy can be difficult, fraught and others calling you dumb and stupid which can be hurtful words. As a children Black, white and Hispanic living in poverty. They only option will be more likely to engage in criminal and anti-social behaviors which lead to prison. If someone had taken the time teach us how to read, how to solve math problem and how to think outside the box. They choice or decision in society would have been different.
To overcome these problem, In Foster a Kid Incorporated, We are going to have 24 hours available staff to accommodate with homework. We are going to have reading and writing teacher available 3 times a week to help those with difficulty to reading and write. If we are about our country’s future we must are about our children future in America. America is the land of opportunity, is the melting pot. Why don’t we work together at the local, state and federal levels to reconnect all young people with the tools, skills, education and career pathways that lead them away from poverty, desperation and violence and toward a richest and renewed sense of community, stability and success, At Foster A Kid Incorporated, we are in the process of creating Leaders, Entrepreneur, Business owner, Doctors, Lawyer, Stars and Role Models.
Our purpose: is that everyone deserves a chance at success from rage to richest.
Foster A Kid will work with Countywide Community services and Resources center: We will be partner with YMCA, Women, infants and Children (WIC) Service Center, Vocation Rehabilitation (VR) Division, Florida Dept. of Education, Teen Challenge international, The Family Café, Survivors of Incest Anonymous, Inc., Saluscare, Rodeheaver boys’ Ranch Inc. and many more to make these kids successful while transitioning from our facility.

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Foster A Kid Incorporated is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization founded by Erna Sharma in 2015. The agency’s mission is to provide a safe, supportive and structured living environment for young problematic, neglect, abuse, runways, homeless young female, children removed from their love one’s and young mother with baby age 13 to 17 years old to exercise their right to make choices, grow and contribute to their community and Foster A Kid Incorporated give youth every opportunity to become healthy and productive adult in society.

Our Mission: is to make sure that every children enter our facility are able to read and have a bright future.
Foster A Kid Seeks to develop and administer programs to enhance the safety and quality of life for children, youth, and families through a quality, comprehensive continuum of care in the fields of social services, education, corrections, mental health, and housing. We at Foster A kid Believed that all children should be raised in a family oriented environment, if possible with a Mother, Father, Sister and Brother or A loving relative that would provide them love and a safe environment to live a productive and stress free, depression free life. Stress/depression free life we means- not to worry about shelter, having someone available 100% to help them with their homework, not to worry about being abuse or rape by a family member or anyone. We will also provide a variety of supportive services through our Foster A Kid Incorporated foundation such as housing and case management programs, homeless youth outreach services, homeless shelters for those in need, and low-income housing to children, adolescents, young adults and families in need of treatment, housing, or support with other outreach organization. Established by local individuals with a sincere interest in the welfare of children at risk, Foster A Kid Incorporated, will continued to grow and respond to the changing needs of the State of Florida and our local community. We have will be adding community-based case management programs to support the needs of our community.

Statistic Show that more than 500 000 children are in foster care in the United States. Most of these children have been the victims of repeated abuse and prolonged neglect and have not experienced a nurturing, stable environment during the early years of life. Such experiences are critical in the short- and long-term development of a child’s brain and the ability to subsequently participate fully in society. Children in foster care have disproportionately high rates of physical, developmental, and mental health problems and often have many unmet medical and mental health care needs. Foster A Kid Incorporate, as advocates for children and their families, have a special responsibility to evaluate and help address these needs.

According to a study conducted in late April by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults in the U.S. can't read. That's 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level, and 19 percent of high school graduates can't read. Illiteracy and crime are closely related. I would say it a link between academic failure and delinquency, violence, and crime is welded to reading failure." The stats back up this claim:
• 85 percent of all juveniles who interface with the juvenile court system are functionally illiterate, and over 70 percent of inmates in America's prisons cannot read above a fourth grade level,
• More than 60 percent of all prison inmates are functionally illiterate
• Literacy is learned. Illiteracy is passed along by parents who cannot read or write.
• One child in four grows up not knowing how to read.
• 43% of adults at Level 1 literacy skills live in poverty compared to only 4% of those at Level 5
• 3 out of 4 people on welfare/Foster Home or any other type of group home can’t read
• 90% of welfare/Foster Home or any other type of group home recipients are high school dropouts.
• 16 to 19 year old girls at the poverty level and below, with below average skills, are 6 times more likely to have out-of-wedlock children than their reading counterparts.
Illiteracy it’s a very serious problem in American and it is caused by poor basic education. Illiteracy can be difficult, fraught and others calling you dumb and stupid which can be hurtful words. As a children Black, white and Hispanic living in poverty. They only option will be more likely to engage in criminal and anti-social behaviors which lead to prison. If someone had taken the time teach us how to read, how to solve math problem and how to think outside the box. They choice or decision in society would have been different.
To overcome these problem, In Foster a Kid Incorporated, We are going to have 24 hours available staff to accommodate with homework. We are going to have reading and writing teacher available 3 times a week to help those with difficulty to reading and write. If we are about our country’s future we must are about our children future in America. America is the land of opportunity, is the melting pot. Why don’t we work together at the local, state and federal levels to reconnect all young people with the tools, skills, education and career pathways that lead them away from poverty, desperation and violence and toward a richest and renewed sense of community, stability and success, At Foster A Kid Incorporated, we are in the process of creating Leaders, Entrepreneur, Business owner, Doctors, Lawyer, Stars and Role Models.
Our purpose: is that everyone deserves a chance at success from rage to richest.
Foster A Kid will work with Countywide Community services and Resources center: We will be partner with YMCA, Women, infants and Children (WIC) Service Center, Vocation Rehabilitation (VR) Division, Florida Dept. of Education, Teen Challenge international, The Family Café, Survivors of Incest Anonymous, Inc., Saluscare, Rodeheaver boys’ Ranch Inc. and many more to make these kids successful while transitioning from our facility.

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