During the 90 days immediately before a child who is placed in a foster home, group
home, or residential care center for children and youth, in the home of a relative
other than a parent, or in a supervised independent living arrangement attains 18
years of age or, if the child is placed in such a placement under an order under s. 48.355, 48.357, or 48.365 that terminates under s. 48.355(4)(b) after the child attains 18 years of age or under a voluntary transition-to-independent-living
agreement under s. 48.366(3) that terminates under s. 48.366(3)(a) after the child attains 18 years of age, during the 90 days immediately before the
termination of the order or agreement, the agency primarily responsible for providing
services to the child under the order or agreement shall do all of the following:
(1) Transition plan. Provide the child with assistance and support in developing a plan for making the transition
from out-of-home care to independent living. The transition plan shall be personalized at the direction of the child, shall be
as detailed as the child directs, and shall include specific options for obtaining
housing, health care, education, mentoring and continuing support services, and workforce
support and employment services.
(2) Identification documents and other information. Except as provided in this subsection, ensure that the child is in possession of
a certified copy of the child's birth record, a social security card issued by the federal social security administration, information
on maintaining health care coverage, a copy of the child's health care records, and
either an operator's license issued under ch. 343 or an identification card issued
under s. 343.50. If the child is not in possession of any of those documents or that information,
the agency shall assist the child in obtaining any missing document or information. This subsection does not apply to a child who has been placed in out-of-home care
for less than 6 months.
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