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More Reservists Now Eligible For Post-9/11 GI Bill

From the Military.com website

A recent decision by the Department of the Army Human Resources Command has made a more reservists eligible for the Post-9/11 GI Bill. 40 more words


Announcement of COT18 - nominations now open

In formally announcing that the Classic Outback Trial will next be conducted during the period 18-25 August 2018, Event Promoter and Executive Chairman Phil Bernadou confirmed that Alice Springs will once again play host each night, following the a very successful 2016 event. 459 more words


Medi-Cal Eligibility and Other Important Information

There is a common misconception that, if you are relatively healthy right now, you don’t need to consider future long-term care. While you may not have health issues right now, you cannot predict how healthy you will be 30 or 40 years from now.  36 more words

Financial aid eligibility for reunified youth

Q: I am working with a young woman who has turned 21 and was previously in foster care. She was reunified with her mother approximately 7 weeks before she turned 18. 259 more words

Extended Foster Care

De'Von Cooper case at Waggener revives debate over KHSAA transfer rules

The return of senior guard De’Von Cooper to the Waggener High School boys basketball team last month added a dimension to the race for the Seventh Region championship, but it remains to be seen whether he still will be eligible when the postseason begins in two weeks. 870 more words


Eligible placements for AB 2464 re-entries

Q: I’m working with an 18 year old in guardianship who is no longer being provided support by their guardian, and is without a place to live. 162 more words

Extended Foster Care

Can You Meet the Eligibility Requirements for Medicaid?

If you live in Florida and have watched a loved one struggle to pay the high cost of nursing home care, then you may have some idea about just how expensive that care can be. 39 more words