Parents, caregivers, and caring adults

IdentityTheft.gov

IdentityTheft.gov is a new website, developed by the FTC, that can help people report and recover from identity theft. This resource can help users understand the critical steps to take if identity theft occurs and includes printable checklists and sample letters. IdentityTheft.gov also features information on child identity theft and data breaches. The website is also available in Spanish at RobodeIdentidad.gov.

Recovering from Identity Theft

In 2014, the Federal Trade Commission received more than 330,000 complaints related to identity theft. IdentityTheft.gov can help people understand which critical steps to take first.

New Resource for Youth in Foster Care Considering the Military

A new youth-friendly guide from the Children’s Bureau answers common questions youth and caregivers have about foster care and the military.