By Kurt Senske – Special to the American-Statesman
In 2014, Jimesha turned 18 and was struggling with anxiety. After eight tough years and seven placements in Texas’ foster care system, she was “aging out,” and her future was uncertain.
“Where am I going to live? How do I get a job? How will I pay for everything?” she worried.
Senske is president and CEO of Upbring, the new Lutheran Social Services of the South.