The National Youth in Transition Database or “NYTD” is a nationwide effort to learn more about young people entering adulthood from the foster care system.
At ages 17, 19 and 21, we invite youth in Arizona to take a short survey about things like school, your health, your relationships and your goals for the future.
Then, we use this information to improve programs and services for youth leaving foster care.
Ready to use your voice? If you’ve got 15 minutes to chat, we’ve got a gift card for you!
Unite with other young people who have experienced foster care and add your voice to the National Youth in Transition Database!
The NYTD survey is conducted by Arizona State University’s Center for Child Well-Being in partnership with the Arizona Department of Child Safety. Our research team looks forward to meeting you!
Each year, we reach out to a different group of young people to talk about their experiences as they age. We also want to make sure we remain connected to you so we can speak with you again as you get older.
If you’re eligible for the survey, we will try to contact you.
Learn more about what 17-year-olds said about their outcomes.Click here to see the survey results.