Independent Living Program

Below you will find a list of ILP provider, partner and caseworker resources including training, forms, policies and procedures.  

Categories
  
Name
Description
Credit and Identify Theft
Warning signs, limiting risks and repairing damage to credit.
Credit and Identify Theft
Information about how to protect children’s credit.
Credit and Identify Theft
Publication from the Federal Trade Commission.
Credit and Identify Theft
A guide that provides a step-by-step process for adults working with young people in foster care to implement the credit check requirement authorized through federal legislation in 2011.
Credit and Identify Theft
Authorization form to give permission to DHS Child Welfare access.
Employment
The nation's primary source of occupational information. Use this site to download the O'NET database, career exploration tools, job analysis questionnaires, employer guides, and technical reports.
Employment
A variety of services including skill training resources, workshops and tools to help you find a job.
Employment
A resource that provides information about Oregon's state and local labor markets and can help you explore different career paths including good jobs that don’t require a college education.
Employment
Gain valuable employment skills for your resume.
General Information
A checklist of essential documents, written records, and official forms that youth transitioning out of care need to have regarding their medical history, for employment purposes, or to continue their post-secondary education. (Appendix 4.26)
General Information
Transitioning out of foster care can be a difficult and confusing process. This publication gives insight from youth who transitioned out of foster into important life areas such as finances, employment, healthcare, transportation, and relationships, among others.
General Information
Find resources for basics such as food, housing and economic opportunities for Oregon and Southwest Washington.
Health Care
Former Foster Care Youth (FFCY) Medical Program
Effective January 1, 2014, the FFCY Medical program provides medical coverage (equivalent to OHP Plus) to youth aging out of Oregon State or Tribal foster care at age 18 or older. Coverage will end on a young adult's 26th birthday. Additional information provided in the links below.

FFCY Medical Program One-Page Flyer

FFCY Medical Program FAQs

FFCY Medical IM (caseworkers only)

Health Care
Information about psychotropic medications and trauma.
Health Care
Questions and answers about psychotropic medications.
Health Care
Guide for caseworkers and foster youth advocates.
Health Care
(Effective October 1, 2010) New Federal requirement to inform youth of their right to select a health care representative Health Care Representative/Proxy Agency IM caseworkers.
Health Care
Whether you're 18 or 80, document your wishes today, so your loved ones don't have to make heart-wrenching decisions later.
Training

Oregon ILP Reports Training, Jan. 2017

​Oregon ILP Reports Training, January 2017​ YouTube video​. This video is intended to assist ILP Providers to accurately complete the new Monthly Services and Progress Reports, as well as the Youth Engagment Invoice and regular on-going ILP 1/12th Invoice. Created with Wondershare Filmora​

Training
2017 Youth Transition Planning and ILP Services Training Video
The ILP Training video provides an overview of what’s changing with youth transition planning and ILP services in Oregon starting in 2017. We explain the thinking behind these changes and describe who will be affected and when. Whether you’re a caseworker, supervisor, judge or CRB member, after watching this video, you will have some familiarity with what’s changing with transition planning and how these changes may affect your work.

For questions regarding these changes, contact Rosemary Iavenditti: 503-945-5688 or rosemary.iavenditti@state.or.us.​

General Information

​Oregon Independent Living Program Review Findings

General Information

​1 page Youth Welfare Lens​

General Information

​Youth Welfare Lens Full Report

General Information

​List of contact information for ILP/ETV Coordinators by state​