Form JV-432 "Six-Month Permanency Attachment: Reunification Services Continued (Welf. & Inst. Code, 366.21(E))" - California

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JV-432
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
SIX-MONTH PERMANENCY ATTACHMENT: REUNIFICATION SERVICES CONTINUED
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21(e))
1. By a preponderance of the evidence, the return of the child to his or her parent or legal guardian would create a substantial risk of
detriment to the safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being of the child. The factual basis for this conclusion is stated
on the record.
Placement
2.
The child's out-of-home placement is necessary.
3.
The child's current placement is appropriate.
4.
The child's current placement is not appropriate. The county agency must locate an appropriate placement for the child.
a.
The matter is continued to the date and time indicated in form JV-430, item 26 for a
written
oral
report by the county agency on the progress made in locating an appropriate placement.
b.
Other (specify):
5.
There has been a change in the child's placement, and the child is an Indian child or there is reason to know that the child is
an Indian child. Currently (choose one):
a.
The child is placed with a member of the child's extended family as defined by 25 U.S.C. § 1903; or
A diligent search was made for a placement with a member of the child's extended family, the efforts are documented in
b.
detail in the record, and the child is placed in a foster home licensed, approved, or specified by the Indian child's tribe; or
c.
A diligent search was made for a placement with a member of the child's extended family, in a foster home licensed,
approved, or specified by the Indian child's tribe, the efforts are documented in detail in the record, and the child is placed
in an Indian foster home licensed or approved by an authorized non-Indian licensing authority; or
d.
A diligent search was made for a placement with a member of the child's extended family, in a foster home licensed,
approved, or specified by the Indian child's tribe, or in an Indian foster home licensed or approved by an authorized non-
Indian licensing authority, the efforts are documented in detail in the record, and the child is placed in an institution for
children approved by an Indian tribe or operated by an Indian organization that has a program suitable to meet the Indian
child's needs; or
e.
The child is placed in accordance with the preferences established by the tribe; or
The court finds by clear and convincing evidence that there is good cause to depart from the placement preferences
f.
based on the reasons set out in the record.
6.
The child is placed outside the state of California and that out-of-state placement
a.
continues to be the most appropriate placement for the child and is in the best interest of the child.
b.
does not continue to be the most appropriate placement for the child and is not in the best interest of the child. The
written
oral
matter is continued to the date and time indicated in form JV-430, item 26 for a
report by
the county agency on the progress made toward
(1)
returning the child to California and locating an appropriate placement within California.
(2)
locating an out-of-state placement that is the most appropriate placement for the child and in the best interest of the
child.
Other (specify):
(3)
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SIX-MONTH PERMANENCY ATTACHMENT:
Form Approved for Optional Use
Welfare and Institutions Code, § 366.21(e);
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.708 and 5.710
REUNIFICATION SERVICES CONTINUED
JV-432 [Rev. January 1, 2020]
www.courts.ca.gov
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21(e))
JV-432
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
SIX-MONTH PERMANENCY ATTACHMENT: REUNIFICATION SERVICES CONTINUED
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21(e))
1. By a preponderance of the evidence, the return of the child to his or her parent or legal guardian would create a substantial risk of
detriment to the safety, protection, or physical or emotional well-being of the child. The factual basis for this conclusion is stated
on the record.
Placement
2.
The child's out-of-home placement is necessary.
3.
The child's current placement is appropriate.
4.
The child's current placement is not appropriate. The county agency must locate an appropriate placement for the child.
a.
The matter is continued to the date and time indicated in form JV-430, item 26 for a
written
oral
report by the county agency on the progress made in locating an appropriate placement.
b.
Other (specify):
5.
There has been a change in the child's placement, and the child is an Indian child or there is reason to know that the child is
an Indian child. Currently (choose one):
a.
The child is placed with a member of the child's extended family as defined by 25 U.S.C. § 1903; or
A diligent search was made for a placement with a member of the child's extended family, the efforts are documented in
b.
detail in the record, and the child is placed in a foster home licensed, approved, or specified by the Indian child's tribe; or
c.
A diligent search was made for a placement with a member of the child's extended family, in a foster home licensed,
approved, or specified by the Indian child's tribe, the efforts are documented in detail in the record, and the child is placed
in an Indian foster home licensed or approved by an authorized non-Indian licensing authority; or
d.
A diligent search was made for a placement with a member of the child's extended family, in a foster home licensed,
approved, or specified by the Indian child's tribe, or in an Indian foster home licensed or approved by an authorized non-
Indian licensing authority, the efforts are documented in detail in the record, and the child is placed in an institution for
children approved by an Indian tribe or operated by an Indian organization that has a program suitable to meet the Indian
child's needs; or
e.
The child is placed in accordance with the preferences established by the tribe; or
The court finds by clear and convincing evidence that there is good cause to depart from the placement preferences
f.
based on the reasons set out in the record.
6.
The child is placed outside the state of California and that out-of-state placement
a.
continues to be the most appropriate placement for the child and is in the best interest of the child.
b.
does not continue to be the most appropriate placement for the child and is not in the best interest of the child. The
written
oral
matter is continued to the date and time indicated in form JV-430, item 26 for a
report by
the county agency on the progress made toward
(1)
returning the child to California and locating an appropriate placement within California.
(2)
locating an out-of-state placement that is the most appropriate placement for the child and in the best interest of the
child.
Other (specify):
(3)
Page 1 of 3
SIX-MONTH PERMANENCY ATTACHMENT:
Form Approved for Optional Use
Welfare and Institutions Code, § 366.21(e);
Judicial Council of California
Cal. Rules of Court, rules 5.708 and 5.710
REUNIFICATION SERVICES CONTINUED
JV-432 [Rev. January 1, 2020]
www.courts.ca.gov
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21(e))
JV-432
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
Reunification services
7.
The child is an Indian child or there is reason to know that the child is an Indian child, and as set out in detail in the record:
have
have not
a. Affirmative, active, thorough, and timely efforts
been made to provide remedial services and
rehabilitative programs designed to prevent the breakup of the Indian family;
These efforts
did
did not
include assisting the parent(s) or Indian custodian through the steps of the case
b.
plan and with accessing or developing the resources necessary to satisfy the case plan;
To the maximum extent possible, the efforts
provided in a manner consistent with the
were
were not
c.
prevailing social and cultural conditions and way of life of the child's tribe; and
d. These efforts and the case plan
have
have not
been developed and conducted to the maximum extent
possible in partnership with the Indian child, the parents, extended family member, Indian custodians, and the tribe, and utilized
the available resources of the Indian child's extended family, tribe, tribal and other Indian social service agencies, and individual
Indian caregiver service providers.
e. The active efforts have proved
successful
unsuccessful.
8.
For child under the age of three years at time of initial removal or a member of a sibling group
a.
Having considered the relevant evidence, including the following factors
Whether there has been significant progress in resolving the problems that led to the removal;
(1)
(2)
Whether the capacity and ability to complete the objectives of the treatment plan and to provide for the child's safety,
protection, physical and emotional health, and special needs has been demonstrated; and
(3)
Whether there has been consistent and regular contact and visitation with the child.
The court finds there is a substantial probability that the child may be returned to the
mother
biological father
Indian custodian
other
presumed father
legal guardian
(specify):
within six months of the date of this hearing or within 12 months of the date the child entered foster care, whichever is sooner.
b. Reasonable services have not been provided to the
mother
biological father
Indian custodian
other
presumed father
legal guardian
(specify):
by the date set for the 24-month permanency hearing under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.22 because the person has (specify):
9.
Reunification services are continued for the
mother
biological father
Indian custodian
other
presumed father
legal guardian
(specify):
a.
as previously ordered.
b.
as modified
(1)
on the record.
in the case plan.
(2)
10.
The likely date by which the child may be returned to and safely maintained in the home or placed for adoption, tribal
customary adoption, legal guardianship, placed with a fit and willing relative or in another planned permanent living
arrangement is (specify date):
JV-432 [Rev. January 1, 2020]
SIX-MONTH PERMANENCY ATTACHMENT:
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REUNIFICATION SERVICES CONTINUED
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21(e))
JV-432
CHILD'S NAME:
CASE NUMBER:
Important individuals
11.
Child 10 years of age or older, placed in a group home for six months or longer from the date the child entered
foster care
a.
The county agency has made efforts to identify individuals who are important to the child and to maintain the child's
relationship with those individuals, consistent with the child's best interest.
b.
The county agency has not made efforts to identify individuals who are important to the child and to maintain the child's
relationship with those individuals, consistent with the child's best interest.
c.
To identify individuals who are important to the child and to maintain the child's relationships with those individuals, the
county agency must provide the services
(1)
as stated on the record.
as follows:
(2)
Health
12.
The
mother
biological father
Indian custodian
other
presumed father
legal guardian
(specify):
is
unable
unwilling
unavailable
to make decisions regarding the child's needs for medical,
surgical, dental, or other remedial care, and the right to make these decisions is suspended under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 369
and vested with the county agency.
Advisement
13. The court informed all parties present at the time of the hearing and further advises all parties that if the child is not returned to the
home at the permanency hearing set on a date within 12 months from the date the child entered foster care, the case may be
referred to a selection and implementation hearing under Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.26 that may result in the termination of
parental rights and adoption of the child and other members of the sibling group or, in the case of an Indian child for
whom tribal customary adoption under section 366.24 is selected as the permanent plan, modification of parental rights
and the adoption of the child and other members of the sibling group.
Twelve-month permanency hearing date:
JV-432 [Rev. January 1, 2020]
SIX-MONTH PERMANENCY ATTACHMENT:
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REUNIFICATION SERVICES CONTINUED
(Welf. & Inst. Code, § 366.21(e))
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