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Project LIFE Overview - General description of Project LIFE, trainings and opportunities offered for older youth ages 14-21.
Transitional Living Plans — Document used to identify the goals and activities youth want to pursue to help them prepare for success as an adult.
Independent Living Services — Training, support and activities that prepare youth for a successful transition from foster care to self-sufficiency. Services offered for youth ages 14-18 in foster care and youth ages 18-21 transitioning out of foster care.
Education and Training Voucher (ETV) Program — Financial assistance for youth in foster care to receive education, training, and related services they need to obtain and maintain employment.
National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) — Data collection system that tracks the number and characteristics of youth receiving independent living services, beginning at age 14.
Resuming Independent Living Services — Allows youth ages 18-21 who have decided to discontinue receiving IL services to resume IL services within 60 days of discontinuation.
Post-Education Options — Information about various academic and vocational training resources for youth after graduating high school or completing their GED.
Discharge Planning — Information and support around youth preparing to leave foster care and identifying resources to help them successfully transition.
Community Resources — Information about services, organizations and other programs relevant to the needs of youth where he/she resides.
Family Engagement Model and Preparing Youth for Family Partnership Meetings — Training and overview of services and supports to maintain successful and stable connections; identification and location of family members and other supportive adults.
Casey Life Skills Assessment Training — A free web-based strengths assessment to be utilized in the planning of next steps for a youth’s learning as they prepare for adulthood.
Youth Leadership Institute — A leadership development curriculum that focuses on four main areas of concentration: Self-awareness, Organization and Leadership, My Piece of the Puzzle, and Advocacy.
Youth Network — A core group of youth in foster care and alumni that can be identified to serve on workgroups and/or committees that need meaningful youth input.
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