Termination of APPLA
(1)The APPLA — permanent connections and support must be terminated when:
(a)Court wardship is terminated;
(b)The court relieves the Department of legal custody of the child or young adult; or
(c)The court determines that APPLA — Permanent Connections and Support is no longer the appropriate permanency plan for the child or young adult.
(2)The APPLA — permanent foster care plan and agreement must be terminated when:
(a)The child reaches the age of majority as provided in ORS 419A.004 (Definitions)(17);
(b)Court wardship is terminated;
(c)The court determines that APPLA — permanent foster care is no longer the appropriate permanency plan for the child;
(d)One of the more preferred permanency plans described in OAR 413-070-0536 (Consideration of APPLA as a Permanency Plan)(2) is achieved;
(e)The Department and the substitute caregiver mutually consent to termination;
(f)The foster parent or relative caregiver fails to maintain a current Certificate of Approval in accordance with OAR 413-200-0301 (Purpose and Applicability of Certification Standards) to 413-200-0396 (Requirements Regarding Contested Case Hearings) and OAR 413-200-0270 (Purpose) to 413-200-0296 (Responsibilities Regarding Denial or Revocation of a Certification), including when the certificate has been revoked or denied;
(g)The child or young adult is removed from the substitute caregiver by the Department; or
(h)The child or young adult requests, and a Child Welfare Program Manager approves, termination of the agreement because of serious or extraordinary circumstances.
(3)The Department must provide written notification to the court of any change in the placement of the child or young adult.
(4)If a child or young adult is removed from court-approved APPLA — permanent foster care, the caseworker must request a permanency hearing within 90 days after the date of the change in placement to review the permanency plan for the child or young adult under ORS 419B.470 (Permanency hearing)(3).
Rule 413-070-0565 — Termination of APPLA,