Post Transition Supports

The ministry assists and supports the transition to adulthood for youth in Care who turn 19 years old. Among desired transitions is employment, further education or training.


Children Who Exited from Care due to Aging Out 1
Fiscal Year 2017/18
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1 ”*” Indicates Service Delivery Area (SDA) data suppressed where there are fewer than 10 former CYIC and for the second lowest count.

Children Who Exited from their Youth Agreement (YA) due to Aging Out1,2
Fiscal Year 2017/18
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1 ”-“ Indicates no counts of young adults.
2 ”*” Indicates SDA data suppressed where there are fewer than 10 young adults and for the second lowest count.

Two programs that support youth transitioning from Care are Agreements with Young Adults (AYA) and Youth Education Assistance Fund (YEAF).

Agreements with Young Adults can provide 48 months of support and assistance when a Young Adult aged 19-26 wants to attend an educational (may include high school completion) or vocational training program; and/or take part in a rehabilitative or life skills program.

AYAs1
Fiscal Year 2017/18
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1 ”*” Indicates SDA data suppressed where there are fewer than 10 young adults and for the second lowest count.

The mapping of the Service Delivery Area is based on the office a young adult on an AYA aged out from.

The AYA count for British Columbia (BC) includes two cases that were not linked to any SDA information.


YEAF1
Fiscal Year 2017/18
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1 ”*” Indicates SDA data suppressed where there are fewer than 10 young adults.

The mapping of the Service Delivery Area is based on the office a YEAF recipient aged out from.

The Provincial total includes 9 cases that were not linked to any SDA.