Pathways to Permanency: Collaborating on the APPLA Provisions of P.L. 113-183 [Infographic] - Center for Courts - Child Welfare Capacity Building Collaborative
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Pathways to Permanency: Collaborating on the APPLA Provisions of P.L. 113-183 [Infographic]
Consult this guide to learn how agencies and courts work together to use Another Planned Permanent Living Arrangements (APPLAs).
Capacity Building Center for States
Capacity Building Center for Courts
Describes how agencies and courts can work together to effectively use "another planned permanent living arrangements" (APPLA) within Federal statutory mandates and guidelines, including describing the circumstances that must be documented by agencies and found by courts when APPLA is used.
Capacity Building Center for States. (2016). Pathways to permanency: Collaborating on the APPLA provisions of P.L. 113-183 [infographic]. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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