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CWLA Standard for Transition, Independent Living, and Self-Sufficiency Services

The revised edition (2005) CWLA Standards for Independent-Living Services focus on planning and providing independent-living services by voluntary and public child welfare agencies. The agency's approach to working with young people must integrate a comprehensive long-term plan that includes the activities necessary to prepare an adolescent for eventual self-sufficiency. These standards provide the framework for the successful planning, delivery, coordination, and development of family, community, and agency resources toward this goal. Contains recommended caseload standards.





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