Judge Sheri Roberts, Juvenile Court Newton County November 15, 2011 GA CASA Conference. Cold Case Project. Agenda. Timeline of Events Description of Project View from the Bench Recommendations that came from the Project Where we go from here Questions & Answers. Timeline of Events:. &.
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The Committee on Justice
SSM § 1006.8: Two Options for APPLA
Signed, Informal Agreement by Substitute
Caregiver and Child
Basically Same as Above, but Nobody to Sign
Long-Term Foster Care Agreement
DHS Practice Bulletin: Permanency For
Children: APPLA. January 2009
youth, age 16 or older.
and forceful. [They] must be supported
with very strong, case-specific facts and evidence which includes justification for the decisions and reasons why all other permanent options for a child are not reasonable, appropriate, or possible.”
Policy Title: Establishing the Goal of APPLA
D.C. CFSA, June 25, 2009
identify adults who will commit to youth
after time in foster care ends
VA DSS, Volume VII, § 3B - 7.6 thru 7.7
only ifthe child has a severe chronic
emotional, physical, or neurological
disabling condition for which the child
requires long-term residential treatment of
six months or longer.”