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Are you a youth between 16 and 24? Perhaps you can't count on family support? But you can take the steps that help you be independent. Find out how.
If you are a youth on your own, you know life can be tough. You have to work at it. Did you know your dreams and goals can help you? Discover how.
You know that a better education can mean a better future. But if you're on your own, staying in school may not be easy. Get started with these resources.
Earning an income can help you be independent. But if you're a youth on your own, finding a job can be tough. Check out these resources if you need help.
If you provide guidance to youth on their own, who've received children's services status or been in care, explore these government and community resources.
Will you soon be 18 and living on your own? Were you once in care of children’s services? Use this quick guide to figure out how to meet your basic needs.
Will you soon turn 18 and be on your own? You'll need a place to live. Or maybe you’re already on your own. Either way, now is the time to figure out your options.
To be independent, you need to manage your money successfully. Learn how to get money, create a budget, open a bank account and get ID in Alberta.