Young people can receive all care allowances directly if young people live independently in assisted placement and if young people and the Agency have signed a compliant agreement. 11403 (d); See also Cal. Dep`t of Social Services, All County Letter No. 11-77, Extension of Foster Care Beyond Age 18: Part Two (Placement) (Nov. 18, 2011) (detailed mediation procedure for non-minor relatives). Adoption assistance may be extended until the last day of the 21st birthday of young people if the agreement comes into force after the 16th birthday of young people and if the young people meet the above criteria (A) (E). Tex. Fam. Code 162.3041 (a.1). The mutual agreement documents the continued willingness of the non-minor to remain, under the non-dependent jurisdiction, under the placement and care of the competent county, the tribe, the tribal consortium or the tribal organization that has entered into an agreement with the state, and to report any change in the circumstances relevant to the continuation of access to care. , and documents the agreement of the non-minor and the social worker or probation officer to cooperate in facilitating the implementation of the supervised mediation contract and the transitional plan for independent living plans, developed jointly.
Cal. Welf. Inst. code 11400 (u) (1). Young people must sign a voluntary re-entry contract. No. 11043 (c). A dependant creditor, defined as a currently dependent child or youth court service, or a non-minor under the transitional jurisdiction of the Youth Court, who meets all the following criteria: (2) is 18 years of age in the context of a placement in care by the Youth Court and is no more than 21 years old; (2) is in health care of the County Department of Social Administration, the District Probation Department, the Indian Tribe, the Tribal Consortium or the Tribal Organization; and (3) has a temporary independent housing plan in accordance with Section 475 (8) of the Federal Social Insurance Act, Cal. Welf and Inst. Code 11400 (v) – fulfills the legal authority for accommodation and care through a youth court care placement order or voluntary re-entry contract, and is also called into question for AFDC-FC payments.