Kevin Lives on Our Couch:”Aged out” of foster care, L.A. teens are put on the street, expected to be instant adults


John and Linda Campbell couldn’t have known they’d be taking on another mouth to feed when the phone rang one night last August. On the other end of the…

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The lease on his first-ever apartment was up, and Kevin was about to join thousands of other kids whom California "ages out" at the age of 18, shifting them from foster homes almost directly to the streets. After three years of harrowing moments in mostly unstable foster homes, Kevin had nowhere to go.

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