Utah Admin. Code R512-305-1 - Purpose and Authority
Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022
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(1) The purpose of Transition to Adult Living (TAL) services is to help prepare a youth who is receiving out-of-home services in accordance with Rule R512-300 to gain skills to transition to adulthood and to provide support to youth upon leaving the Division of Child and Family Services (Child and Family Services) custody. TAL is a continuum of services that begins while youth are in care and continues while they transition out of care. Youth receiving In-Home Services may also receive some TAL services.
(2) TAL services, which includes the Education and Training Voucher Program, are authorized by the John H. Chafee Foster Care Independence Program, 42 USC 677 (February 9, 2018), incorporated by reference.
(3) This rule is authorized by Section 62A-4a-102.