Supporting Transition Age Youth in Independent Living and Extension of Foster Care Pre-Training Quiz

Courtney Matthews,
DCS IL Director 
Carrie Mason, Esq., Ph.D., Staff Attorney for the Tennessee Court Improvement Program

This training will discuss what transitional age youth want and need, and how DCS can provide for youth in transition. It covers the process for attorneys to access independent living support for their clients. This training also covers extension of foster care (EFC) eligibility and what services are provided during EFC.

CLE: This course has been approved for 1.25 general hours.

  • The approved CLE for this training includes an additional 15 minutes (.25 credit hour) to include time to complete the Pre-Training Quiz and Survey, and Post-Training Quiz, CLE Request and Training Evaluation. Kindly take your time to offer thoughtful responses to the questions.
  • Partial credit is not given for distance learning courses.
  • You may only receive CLE credit for the completion of on-demand distance learning courses one time, regardless of which calendar year the course was completed.
  • On-Demand Training sessions must have interactive components accredited for actual time spent to obtain CLE Credit Hours. Therefor you must complete the training questions. Your responses to the quiz questions are reviewed for data purposes only.  

To continue, please complete the Pre-Training Quiz and click "Continue to Training" at the bottom of the page. You will be directed to the video presentation and training materials. Should you have any issues accessing the training material page, please email



CLE credit for On Demand Distance Learning courses is based on both content and time spent viewing the course. In order to receive CLE credit for the course, I understand I must complete and submit the Pre-Training Quiz and Survey, view the course in its entirety, and complete the Post-Training Quiz and Evaluation. Partial CLE credit will not be submitted. Please initial below to acknowledge the viewing requirement.