Utah Admin. Code R512-305-2 - Scope of Services
Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022
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(1) Qualification for and duration of services:
(a) TAL services are required for all youth receiving out-of-home services, age 14 years or older, until Child and Family Services custody is terminated regardless of permanency goal, as specified in Rule R512-300.
(b) TAL provides aftercare services for youth if they are no longer in Child and Family Services custody and are not yet 23 years of age, and the youth:
(i) Ages out of out-of-home care, or
(ii) Is adopted from foster care at age 16 years or older.
(2) Service description:
(a) TAL services build on the youth's individual strengths and develop personal assets in order to help young people acquire the motivation and the means to be successful throughout their lives. The strategies are aimed at helping youth achieve five fundamental aspects of adult life, including work, career planning, and education; housing and money management; home life and daily living; self-care and health education; and communication, social relationships, family, and marriage.
(b) Aftercare services consist of time-limited support to youth. This assistance can be provided through support, financial aid, or Basic Life Skills training. It may include housing, counseling, employment education, and other appropriate support and services to complement a youth's efforts to achieve self-sufficiency.
(a) TAL services are available in all geographic regions of the state.
(b) TAL services are available on the same basis to Native American youth who are or were formerly in Tribal custody within the boundaries of the state.