To qualify for Rapid Response services, the student must:
  • Proof Of Urgency

    Students needs cannot be addressed through public/private funding available through the Referral Partner, college campus, or other campus support networks.

  • Proof Of Verified Referral

    Be referred by a verified college campus foster care support organization or government agency that has been pre-approved by the Rapid Response team. Students are not allowed to self-refer.

  • Proof Of College Enrollment

    Documentation may include copies of your current or future class schedule, unofficial college transcripts, a letter of college acceptance, a letter from your admissions office stating that you are currently enrolled, or proof that you have recently graduated from a post-secondary institution.

  • Proof Of Foster Care Status

    Documentation may include a double-sided scanned copy of your state-issued identification card, state-issued driver's license, student identification card, or any photo identification card that can verify your identity.

Verify if your Campus is a Referral Partner

Verify If Your Campus Is A Referral Partner

Assistance Form

In order for students to access Rapid Response, the student must be affiliated with a college campus foster care support organization who has become an Authorized Referral Partner. Please contact your college campus foster care liaison for additional information.

If you seek assistance to identify a foster care liaison or foster care support program on your campus, please fill out the following information and a Rapid Response staff member will contact you with additional information.

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