Yag Youth Agreement

Transition – The period during which a minor in care moves from state care to independent living. Provision of a dental card for the caregiver or youth and placement of the other card in the child`s or youth`s file. The Intensive Youth Support Worker engages with and supports young people aged 12 to 19. In collaboration with the youth and their guardian, the Intensive Youth Support Worker (IYSW) helps to achieve agreed critical goals that range from the immediate to the long term. If a child or young person is placed under care by agreement, the employee will only activate dental coverage if it is not available through the parents` dental plan. A youth agreement is a legal agreement between you and the Department of Child and Family Development (MCFD) in case of extreme need. A thorough assessment of your situation will be carried out by your local MCFD office and, if necessary, we will work with your family to meet your needs. The MCFD`s Child Care Medical Benefits Program funds dental and orthodontic treatment for children and youth in care facilities and youth through agreements with Pacific Blue Cross (PBC). Children and adolescents in care have access to the necessary dental and orthodontic care until the age of 19. Young people supported by a youth agreement only have access to dental care until the age of 19. With respect to orthodontic services, all children and youth in permanent or continuing custody who do not have Aboriginal status and Aboriginal children and youth in permanent care or in continuing detention are eligible. Children and adolescents in care and adolescents who are supported by an agreement with young people.

Children and youth in care refer to both children and youth in the care of the Ministry of Child and Family Development (MCFD) and children and youth in the care of delegated Aboriginal agencies. Ministry of Child and Family Development (MCFD) – The Ministry of the Government of British Columbia, which is responsible for the guardianship of children and youth in charge and support of youth in YAG, AYA and independent living. State Care – Refers to anyone who has lived in nursing homes, group homes, child and youth mental health services, addiction facilities, child care centres or independent living. If you have visited one of these places, you may have had one of these custody statuses: Youth Arrangements, , Extended Family Assignments, 54.1, Current Custody Order, Temporary Custody Order, Voluntary Custody Order, Badges – A visual representation of the activities you performed on AgedOut.com. For every three badges you earn, you are eligible for a real benefit (as long as you are a youth in or in state care in British Columbia and are 24 years of age or younger). Aging – This occurs when a young person in state custody reaches the age of 19 and is no longer in the care of the Department of Child and Family Development. Youth Shelter: A short-term emergency shelter that provides a safe place for youth who are homeless or have broken families. Teenagers can usually stay between 1 and 30 days. The SCCFS Counselling Program provides group counselling services to children, youth and families affected by complex trauma. .