Post-18 Intervention Support Agreement Caseload by Sex

Post-18 Intervention Support Agreement Caseload by Sex This Children and Family Services dataset provides an overview of the number of children and youth receiving post-intervention supports through Transition to Adulthood Program (TAP) Agreements, by sex. TAP Agreements are available to young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 who were involved with child intervention services to help support them in fully reaching their independence. Support is most often financial, but may also include community supports along with the assistance of a caseworker.   The data shows the average monthly number of young adults in the province who are receiving post-intervention support through a TAP Agreement. More specifically, it shows the number by sex with historical information dating back ten years.   TAP was implemented in the 2022-2023 fiscal year, and fully replaces Support and Financial Assistance Agreements (SFAA). Post-18 Intervention caseload statistics include both TAP and SFAA depending on the fiscal year selected.   Information is available through the links listed below as aggregate data in excel, as visualizations in CI Interactive Data Tool and as descriptions of data fields and elements in the Data Dictionary. 2024-03-13 Government of Alberta Open@gov.ab.ca Personsfemalemalepost-intervention supportssexyoung adults Post-18 Intervention Support Agreement Caseload by Sex.CSVCSV https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/1693b83c-bca6-413a-b8f0-2828fc10aeaf/resource/4aa22fc5-482d-4042-bff1-e8fb8349465e/download/10.-post-18-intervention-support-by-sex.csv Post-18 Intervention Support Agreement Caseload by SexXLSX https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/1693b83c-bca6-413a-b8f0-2828fc10aeaf/resource/cf65eeb3-5251-4be7-8229-e860f6a58b81/download/10.-post-18-intervention-support-by-sex.xlsx Data Dictionary - Post-18 Intervention Support Agreement Caseload by SexXLSX https://open.alberta.ca/dataset/1693b83c-bca6-413a-b8f0-2828fc10aeaf/resource/dbce4127-8f6e-4dab-ba9d-b558e8558f8e/download/data-dictionary-10.-post-18-intervention-support-by-sex.xlsx Child Intervention Data Toolother https://visualizations.alberta.ca/SASVisualAnalytics/?reportUri=%2Freports%2Freports%2F318dbaa6-9e23-43c0-ad8d-a68fa9b49c6e&sectionIndex=0&sso_guest=true&reportViewOnly=true&reportContextBar=false&sas-welcome=false Original metadata (https://open.alberta.ca/opendata)HTML https://open.alberta.ca/opendata/1693b83c-bca6-413a-b8f0-2828fc10aeaf

This Children and Family Services dataset provides an overview of the number of children and youth receiving post-intervention supports through Transition to Adulthood Program (TAP) Agreements, by sex. TAP Agreements are available to young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 who were involved with child intervention services to help support them in fully reaching their independence. Support is most often financial, but may also include community supports along with the assistance of a caseworker.   The data shows the average monthly number of young adults in the province who are receiving post-intervention support through a TAP Agreement. More specifically, it shows the number by sex with historical information dating back ten years.   TAP was implemented in the 2022-2023 fiscal year, and fully replaces Support and Financial Assistance Agreements (SFAA). Post-18 Intervention caseload statistics include both TAP and SFAA depending on the fiscal year selected.   Information is available through the links listed below as aggregate data in excel, as visualizations in CI Interactive Data Tool and as descriptions of data fields and elements in the Data Dictionary.

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