Lowering from 16 to 14 the age at which a juvenile court must determine, during a permanency planning hearing, the services needed to assist a child in transitioning from foster care to successful adulthood; requiring a juvenile court to determine the services needed to assist a 14-year old child transitioning from foster care to successful adulthood; requiring the Department of Human Resources to adopt regulations to define the term "successful adulthood" to conform with specified provisions of federal law; etc.
Bill File Type: Pre-Filed
Effective Date(s): June 1, 2016
By Request of the Governor
( 5-326, 5-545 )
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