This is a list of SFC contributors (bloggers and writers), all of whom must be approved and have been fostered at some point in their lives or connected to the .
If you are a former foster – and only if you are a former foster – you can write for SFC.
Once approved, if a former parent, guardian, foster parent or case worker wants to publish to this site, you may vouch for that person and submit their content.
To apply to write for SFC, just send an email to “admin –@– at –@– survivingfostercare dot com”
Sometimes entrepreneur. Foster survivor.
I am one of the millions of foster survivors in the US. I lived in seven foster homes between 1976 and 1989. My final foster home was the right home and became my family. I am exquisitely aware of my good fortune and luck. I wouldn’t trade my family for anything but the honest truth is that one good outcome out of a thousand doesn’t justify the suffering of nine hundred and ninety nine others. Nor should it take 6 failed placements and 10 years to find the right home. Foster care is broken. Sadly, survivorship bias continues to motivate the industry professionals to continue on with a deeply flawed system.