Eligibility extends to age 24, 5 counties implement THP-Plus.
60% county share of cost removed, 16 counties implement THP-Plus.
39 counties implement THP-Plus.
THP-Plus Participant Tracking System is launched.
50 counties implement THP-Plus, the program serves over 2,000 youth for the first time & the THP-Plus state budget is reduced by $5 M for FY 2009-10.
THP-Plus state budget reduced slightly to $35.4 M for FY 2010-11.
51 counties implement THP-Plus over FY 2010-11. The THP-Plus budget is realigned from the state to the counties under the Governor’s 2011 Realignment of Child Welfare Services.
Extended foster care implementation begins, the THP+FC licensing & rate structure is established & THP-Plus is still serving over 2,000 youth annually.
THP+FC serves its first 305 youth over FY 2012-13, with 273 youth in the program as of 7/1/13. Some counties begin to make THP-Plus capacity reductions & the number of youth served drops to just above 2,000.
THP+FC continues to grow with 1,031 youth in the program as of 7/1/14, while THP-Plus is on a decline. SB 1252 passes, allowing youth enrolled in school to participate in THP-Plus for 36 months and up to age 25 at counties’ option.
THP+FC serves over 2,400 youth over FY 2014-15, with 1,436 youth in the program as of 7/1/15. THP-Plus continues on a decline, serving 1,696 youth. The THP+FC Participant Tracking System is launched.
19 counties implement the THP-Plus extension established by SB 1252. THP+FC serves over 3,000 youth over FY 2015-16, while the number of youth served by THP-Plus remains stagnant.
21 counties implement the THP-Plus extension. 1,661 youth are placed in THP+FC as of 4/1/17.
27 counties implement the THP-Plus extension. 1,916 youth are placed in THP+FC as of 7/1/18, and the number of youth served by THP-Plus increases the first time since FY 2008-09, with 1,318 youth in THP-Plus as of 7/1/18.