INDIANAPOLIS — A collaboration between a Fishers Girl Scout troop, a local nonprofit and State Sen. Kyle Walker (R-Lawrence) created legislation to help foster care children work through trauma.

If passed, Senate Bill 151 would allow foster children and families free access to Indiana state parks and reduced admission to statewide museums. Foster Success, is a local nonprofit that offers resources and programs for foster youth. President and CEO Maggie Stevens said the partnership with Walker was formed before the 2022 legislative session with work to build resources to support older foster youth — things like accessing driver’s licenses and auto insurance.