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Codify the Dustin R. opinion so foster youth with disabilities who transition from DHR’s care to DHMH at age 21 have bridge services available as they make that transition

Foster youth with significant developmental disabilities, who cannot live independently when they turn 21, transition from the care of Maryland’s Department of Human Resources (DHR) to the responsibility of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH). For these most…


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