ILP ages 14 and older by race in Alabama
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ILP ages 14 and older by race
The number of children (ages 14 to 20) that are approaching the age of emancipation from care and participate in specialized services to learn critical skills to live successfully as an adult.
Examples of ILP services are: Independent living needs assessment, academic support, post-secondary educational support, career preparation, employment programs or vocational training, housing education and home management training, budget and financial management, health education and risk prevention, family support and healthy marriage education, mentoring, supervised independent living, room and board financial assistance, and education financial assistance.
Special tabulations provided by the Alabama Department of Human Resources, Family Services Division, Office of Data Analysis.
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