Form JD-JM-129 "Permanency Plan, Order and Review" - Connecticut

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PERMANENCY PLAN ORDER AND REVIEW
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
JD-JM-129
Rev. 1-20
SUPERIOR COURT
C.G.S. §§ 46b-129(k), 17a-111b(c), 17a-112(o);
www.jud.ct.gov
P.B. § 35a-14
Address of Court
Docket Number
Name of Petitioner
Name of Child or Youth
Date of Birth
Name of Father
Address of Father
Name of Mother
Address of Mother
Name of Guardian (If applicable)
Address of Guardian (If applicable)
Upon hearing on the Petitioner's Motion for Review of Permanency Plan, and upon considering the best interests of the child
or youth named above, including the child's or youth's health and safety and need for permanency, the Court makes the
following findings and orders in conformity with the provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes:
I. Achieve the Plan Finding
Reasonable efforts to achieve the permanency plan were
made.
not made.
II. Permanency Plans
1. Permanency Plan Goals:
A.
Revocation of Commitment and reunification of the child or youth with the
Mother
Father
Legal Guardian
With protective
Without protective
supervision
supervision
B.
Transfer of guardianship to (Name):
Or
Permanent legal guardianship to (Name):
C.
Filing of Petition for Termination of Parental Rights (TPR) and adoption
The TPR Petition shall be filed no later than 60 days after the court approves the permanency plan
(date):
.
The Department of Children and Families (DCF) shall place the child on the photo-list within thirty days of
the approval of a permanency plan.
D.
Another planned permanent living arrangement for a child sixteen years of age or older. DCF has documented
a compelling reason why including the goals in (A) through (C) above would not be in the best interests of the
child or youth.
Placement of the youth in an independent living program, or
Placement of the youth in long term foster care with an identified foster parent
(Name)
, or
Other
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PERMANENCY PLAN ORDER AND REVIEW
STATE OF CONNECTICUT
JD-JM-129
Rev. 1-20
SUPERIOR COURT
C.G.S. §§ 46b-129(k), 17a-111b(c), 17a-112(o);
www.jud.ct.gov
P.B. § 35a-14
Address of Court
Docket Number
Name of Petitioner
Name of Child or Youth
Date of Birth
Name of Father
Address of Father
Name of Mother
Address of Mother
Name of Guardian (If applicable)
Address of Guardian (If applicable)
Upon hearing on the Petitioner's Motion for Review of Permanency Plan, and upon considering the best interests of the child
or youth named above, including the child's or youth's health and safety and need for permanency, the Court makes the
following findings and orders in conformity with the provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes:
I. Achieve the Plan Finding
Reasonable efforts to achieve the permanency plan were
made.
not made.
II. Permanency Plans
1. Permanency Plan Goals:
A.
Revocation of Commitment and reunification of the child or youth with the
Mother
Father
Legal Guardian
With protective
Without protective
supervision
supervision
B.
Transfer of guardianship to (Name):
Or
Permanent legal guardianship to (Name):
C.
Filing of Petition for Termination of Parental Rights (TPR) and adoption
The TPR Petition shall be filed no later than 60 days after the court approves the permanency plan
(date):
.
The Department of Children and Families (DCF) shall place the child on the photo-list within thirty days of
the approval of a permanency plan.
D.
Another planned permanent living arrangement for a child sixteen years of age or older. DCF has documented
a compelling reason why including the goals in (A) through (C) above would not be in the best interests of the
child or youth.
Placement of the youth in an independent living program, or
Placement of the youth in long term foster care with an identified foster parent
(Name)
, or
Other
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E.
The court approves the permanency plan.
F.
The court does not approve the permanency plan and the Petitioner is ordered to submit another permanency
plan no later than:
and a hearing on the plan will be held on:
.
(date)
(date)
The court consolidates the permanency plan hearing with the hearing/trial on the
that will be held on
.
(date of hearing/trial must be within twelve months of the
date of the removal of the child or youth from the home)
2. Permanency Plan Due/Hearing Dates:
The Commissioner of Children and Families shall file:
A Motion for Review of Permanency Plan on or before:
.
(date)
A hearing to review said Motion and said Permanency Plan shall be held on:
.
(date)
Name of Judge
Date of Order
Signed (Judge)
The above and foregoing is a true copy of the order and was mailed to the Commissioner of Children and Families.
Signed (Judge, Assistant Clerk)
At (Town)
On (Date)
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