Extended Foster Care Hearing Order {JU 03.0520} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Washington

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Extended Foster Care Hearing Order {JU 03.0520} | Pdf Fpdf Docx | Washington

Extended Foster Care Hearing Order {JU 03.0520}

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Ext. Foster Care/Dep Review/Perm Pla. Hrg Or (DPRHO, ORPP) - Page 1 of 6 WPF JU 03.0520 (07/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, RCW 13.34.267 Superior Court of Washington County of Juvenile Court Dependency of: D.O.B.: No : Extended Foster Care Dependency Review Hearing Order (DPRHO) Permanency Planning Hearing Order (ORPP) Clerk222s Action Required. Paragraph 3.12, and the boxes below. The court will hear interim review dependency review permanency planning (type of hearing) on (date) at a.m./p.m. at: , Court, Room/Department: , located at: . Additional Clerk222s Action Required: Enter the code(s) that apply. About today222s hearing: Was adequate and timely notice given to the child222s caregiver? Yes (CGATN) No (CGNATN) Did the court receive a caregiver report? Yes (CGRR) / No The caregiver appeared. Did the court give the caregiver an opportunity to be heard? Yes / No I. Hearing 1.1 The court held a hearing on [date]. 1.2 The following persons appeared at the hearing: The Youth The Youth222s Lawyer DCYF Worker DCYF222s Lawyer Tribal Representative Current Caregiver Other 1.3 The order is agreed contested. The court heard testimony from: . American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Ext. Foster Care/Dep Review/Perm Pla. Hrg Or (DPRHO, ORPP) - Page 2 of 6 WPF JU 03.0520 (07/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, RCW 13.34.267 II. Findings General 2.1 The youth: is 18 years of age or older and remains in the extended foster care program. is not able to engage in any of the activities described below due to a documented medical condition. is is not enrolled and participating in a secondary education program or a secondary education equivalency program, or a postsecondary academic or postsecondary vocational program. is is not participating in a program or activity designed to promote employment or remove barriers to employment. is is not employed for 80 hours or more per month. The youth does does not continue to be eligible for extended foster care. 2.2 In the previous review period, the permanency plan in effect for the youth has been independent living. 2.3 The permanent plan: is still necessary and appropriate. is not still necessary and appropriate because the youth is no longer eligible for extended foster care. is no longer necessary because the youth has requested that the court dismiss the dependency. has been accomplished because the youth has completed secondary education or an equivalency program, or postsecondary academic or postsecondary vocational program, or program or activity designed to promote employment or remove barriers to employment. 2.4 DCYF has has not made reasonable efforts to implement and finalize the permanent plan for the youth. 2.5 Youth222s Indian status: The youth was previously found dependent in a prior proceeding. The youth was 18 years old or older at the commencement of this proceeding. The state and federal Indian Child Welfare Acts do not apply to this proceeding. The youth was previously found dependent in this proceeding, and the court found: There is reason to know the child is an Indian child as defined in RCW 13.38.040 and 25 U.S.C. 247 1903(4), based upon prior findings and orders in this proceeding. The federal and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Acts apply to this proceeding. All notice requirements and evidentiary requirements under the federal and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Acts have been satisfied. American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Ext. Foster Care/Dep Review/Perm Pla. Hrg Or (DPRHO, ORPP) - Page 3 of 6 WPF JU 03.0520 (07/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, RCW 13.34.267 There is not a reason to know the child is an Indian child as defined in RCW 13.38.040 and 25 U.S.C. 247 1903(4), and the federal and Washington State Indian Child Welfare Acts do not apply to this proceeding. Other: . Reports 2.6 The DCYF report was was not timely submitted. 2.7 The youth222s attorney has has not made a report to the court. 2.8 The following other parties submitted reports to the court: . Placement 2.9 Placement of the youth has been as follows: The youth has been residing in foster care in: Relative care with (name). Relative placement, although preferred, is not in the best interest of the youth and the youth shall continue or be placed in: Foster home. Placement with a suitable person (name). Placement with an adoptive parent or other person with whom the child222s siblings or half-siblings live. Supervised independent living setting as follows: . Other: . Reasonable efforts were made to prevent or eliminate the removal of the youth; there is a continuing need for out-of-home placement for the youth and it would be contrary to the youth's welfare to return home. The youth should remain in the care and custody of DCYF for placement in foster care: Relative care with (name). Relative placement, although preferred, is not in the best interest of the youth and the youth shall continue or be placed in: Foster home. Placement with a suitable person (name). Placement with an adoptive parent or other person with whom the child222s siblings or half-siblings live. Supervised independent living setting as follows: . Other: . DCYF recommends a change in placement for the following reasons: . American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Ext. Foster Care/Dep Review/Perm Pla. Hrg Or (DPRHO, ORPP) - Page 4 of 6 WPF JU 03.0520 (07/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, RCW 13.34.267 The court considered whether or not the placement is developmentally appropriate for the youth and whether or not the youth is safe in his or her placement. Compliance and Progress 2.10 DCYF has has not made reasonable efforts to provide services to the youth. A. Compliance with Court Order Agency yes no partial: Youth yes no partial: Other yes no partial: Visitation 2.11 The court has considered the youth222s placement, contact and visits with the youth222s siblings in accordance with RCW 13.34.130(3). Placement with, contact or visits between siblings: has occurred (specify): . has not occurred because: there is reasonable cause to believe that the best interests of the youth or siblings would be jeopardized, the court does not have jurisdiction over the siblings in question, or Other: . Permanency Planning Findings 226 Required at Permanency Planning Hearing 2.12 The permanent plan for the youth has has not been achieved. 2.13 Service providers have have not been involved in planning to meet the special needs of the youth. 2.14 is the projected date for the youth to complete secondary education or a secondary education equivalency program. 2.15 The court has considered the youth222s development of independent living skills and the youth222s overall progress toward transitioning to full independence and the projected date for achieving such transition. Other 2.16 Other: . American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Ext. Foster Care/Dep Review/Perm Pla. Hrg Or (DPRHO, ORPP) - Page 5 of 6 WPF JU 03.0520 (07/2018) - JuCR 3.9; RCW 13.34.138, .145, RCW 13.34.267 III. Order Dependency Status 3.1 The youth remains a dependent child pursuant to RCW 13.34.030(6). Court supervision shall continue. 3.2 An Order Dismissing Dependency shall be entered. Placement 3.3 The youth shall be in the care and custody of DCYF for placement in foster care in: Foster home. Relative placement with (name). The home of a suitable person (name). Supervised independent living setting as follows: . General 3.4 All service providers shall make all records and all reports available to DCYF and the attorney for the youth. All information, reports, records, etc., relating to the provision of, participation in, or parties222 interaction with services ordered by the court or offered by DCYF shall be subject to disclosure in open court unless specifically prohibited by state or federal law or regulation. 3.5 The report of DCYF for the next review hearing shall be submitted to the court and to the parties at least ten (10) days prior to the hearing. Services 3.6 Any evaluation ordered by the court must comply with RCW 13.34.370. 3.7 Services for the youth are: as set forth in the attached service plan. as follows: . Visitation 3.8 Th

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