Out-of-state placements and eligibility for extended foster care

AB 12 Question of the Week

Q: How does extended foster care work for a non-minor dependent who chooses to go to school out of state?

A: Out-of-state placements are allowed for non-minor dependents meeting one of the five participation conditions as long as s/he lives in an appropriate placement. Being enrolled in an institution which provides post-secondary or vocational education meets one of the five participation conditions. If a non-minor dependent moves out of state, the case manager must still comply with the monthly visits, as specified on page 16-17 in All County Letter 11-69.

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