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  3-P1 Permanency in 12 months for children entering foster care

Of all children who entered care in the 12-month period, what percent discharged to permanency within 12 months?

Note [Q2 17]: The Last Placement Type and Last Caregiver Relationship variables are being revised. The previous versions were potentially misleading when applied to children and youth still in care.


(Agency Type: Child Welfare)
(Agency Type: Probation)
(Agency Type: Child Welfare, Probation and Other)

Drill Down Reports:

Agency Type:
SINGLE Time Period Selection (California, Individual County, or Grouped Counties)
MULTIPLE Time Periods (California, Individual County, or Grouped Counties)
SINGLE Time Period Summary Table (California and All Counties)
MULTIPLE Time Periods Summary Table (California and All Counties)

NOTE: The options for follow-up periods other than 12 months (3 months, 6 months, 18 months, etc.) and some views of the data, previously accessible here, have been moved to their own page, Entry Cohorts over Time.
Please see: http://cssr.berkeley.edu/ucb_childwelfare/EntryCohorts.aspx