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Permanency Order {64}

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STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT _ In The Interest Of _______________________________________________, a minor. Date of hearing: ___________________ Parties present for hearing: Assistant States Attorney: ________________________ Minor: _______________________________ Attorney for minor: __________________________ Mother:______________________________ Attorney for mother: __________________________ Father:_______________________________ Attorney for father: __________________________ Relative, Guardian, Custodian:__________________________________________________________ PERMANENCY ORDER [705 ILCS 405/2-28] THIS MATTER comes before the Court for hearing on the date noted above with the parties indicated being present. The case is called for permanency hearing and the Court has considered: G the service plan; G stipulation of the parties; G testimony of witnesses; G the report; <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 as well as all admitted evidence; statutory factors; the appropriateness of the permanency goal; whether the recommended services have been provi; whetheded r reasonable efforts have bee mnade by all parties to achieve the goal; whether the plan has been successaful; nd whether the goal has been achieved. The Court FINDS : a. The appropriate permanency goal is: G Return home within five (5) months, which is to be achieved by _____________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________. G Return home within twelve (12) months, where the progress of the parent is substantial, giving particular consideration to the age and individual needs of the minor: G Return home pending status hearing. G Substitute care pending determinoatin of termination of parental rights G Adoption G Private guardianship G Substitute care pending independence G Substitute care due to developmental disabilities or mental illness, or because the minor is a danger to self or others The above goal was selected and the other goals were ruled out because:______________________ _______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ _ b. As to the mother: G The mother has made reasonable and substantial progress toward returning the minor home. G The mother has made reasonable efforts toward returning the minor home. G The mother hanots made reasonable and substantial progress toward returning the minor home. G The mother hanots made reasonable efforts toward returning the minor home. If the mother has not made substantial progress toward returning the minor home. The mother and the Department of Children and Family Services must take the following actions to justify a finding of reasonable efforts and progress:__________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ __ A status hearing is set for ___________________________________ at ___________________ to review the progress of the mother, said hearing being between 9 and 11 months from the date of adjudication. c. As to the father: G The father has made reasonable and substantial progress toward returning the minor home. G The father has made reasonable efforts toward returning the minor home. G The father has not made reasonable and substantial progress toward returning the minor home. G The father has not made reasonable efforts toward returning the minor home. If the father has not made substantial progress toward returning the minor home. The father and the Department of Children and Family Services must take the following actions to justify a finding of reasonable efforts and \jeri\cirwide\cirwide 2\permanency order 64 7/11/03 <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 3 progress:__________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________ __ A status hearing is set for ___________________________________ at ___________________ to review the progress of the father, said hearing being between 9 and 11 months from the date of adjudication. d. The services containeind the service plan are: G appropriate and reasonably calculated G not appropriate and reasonably calculated to facilitate the achievement of the permanency goal because:_____________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ _ e. The services required by the Court and by the service plan: G have been provided G have not been provided because: ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ f. The goal selected: G has been achieved G has not been achieved because:________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ g. Placement of the minor outside the home G is not necessary and appropriate to the plan and tgoal he recognizing the right of the minor to the least restrictive setting available consistent with the health, welfare and safety of the minor as well as the best interest and special needs of the minor. G is necessary and appropriate to the plan andgo thal recogne izing the right of the minor to the least restrictive setting available consistent with the health, welfare and safety of the minor as well as the best interest and special needs of the minor. The parents remain unfit, unable or unwilling to care for, protect, train and discipline the minor for reasons other than financial reasons alone and placement in the home is contrary to the alth, welhe fare and safety of the child. G is necessary because reasonable efforts toward a permanen

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