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Young adults "aging out" of Missouri's foster care system find a smoother path for themselves as they work on adult skills and transition to living life on their own with the help of an older youth program of Jackson County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Meet Legend Walker, who will age out in June when she turns 21.
The Kansas City Star