From ages 7 to 18, Katherine Peraza was a ward of the state, living with a foster family in Indianapolis for most of that time. At 19, she became pregnant. When she went to the doctor, she was hit with a surprise. “All of a sudden when I got pregnant, I found out I didn’t have [health] coverage any more,” she recalls. An estimated 500 youth in Indiana age out of foster care system every year and when they do, they will lose health insurance if they don’t re-enroll. But a new law, signed by Gov.