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Adult-Transition Planning

Among Youth > 17.5 Years Old


Data Updated:
  • well-being
  • region
  • annual report
  • out-of-home
  • foster care

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Data Highlights

Fiscal Year 2014


Fiscal Year 2012



Youth in out-of-home care are expected to have an adult-transition meeting when they turn 17.5. The youth, the caseworker, and possibly other individuals, such as family members, come together to develop a plan for the youth's transition to adulthood.

Questions this graph can answer

  • Has the adult-transition planning program for youth in out-of-home care met expectations?