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The COVID-19 pandemic poses challenges to all students as they plan to begin or return to programs of higher education and training this fall. Making
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Youth Advocates created an informational card about expungement for youth. The card contains information about how juvenile records are expunged; when youth are eligible for
A toolkit is for social workers, advocates, case workers, and other child welfare professionals to further support their work to achieve meaningful legal permanency and relational permanency.
For their 2015-2016 project, Juveniles for Justice youth advocates focused on access to higher education for justice-involved youth. The advocates developed a set of recommendations
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For their 2015-2016 project, Juveniles for Justice youth advocates focused on access to higher education for justice-involved youth. The advocates developed a set of recommendations

This checklist can help states determine if they are implementing the Medicaid Coverage to Age 26 for Former Foster Youth (FFY) provision in a way

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Youth Fostering Change, Juvenile Law Center's youth engagement group comprised of youth who have been involved in the child welfare system, created this form to

This form can be used to make a request to the county children and youth agency if you believe that your adoption or permanent legal

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This document provides a summary of the Resumption of Jurisdiction Court Rules that became effective on December 1, 2013.

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Juvenile Law Center collaborated with Disability Rights Pennsylvania and Education Law Center to design a toolkit to help transition-age youth and their advocates prepare for IEP meetings and develop strong IEP Transition Plans. The toolkit helps these youth and their advocates actively engage in the transition planning process by allowing them to set goals, identify barriers, and brainstorm possible services in advance of the IEP meeting.