3 edition of Rules governing CSD use and payment of family foster homes. found in the catalog.
Rules governing CSD use and payment of family foster homes.
Oregon. Children"s Services Division.
1978 by State of Oregon, Dept. of Human Resources, Children"s Services Division in [Salem] .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||KFO2750.C4 A32 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||79625165|
(7) Where a child is under the jurisdiction of the Family Court as a result of a placement in foster care pursuant to Article 10 or A of the Family Court Act or section a of the Social Services Law, a judicial surrender, or a petition for the termination of parental rights, approval of an extra-judicial surrender or adoption of the child.
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(h) “Foster home” means a foster family home or foster family group home as defined in section 1 of the act. (i) “Foster parent” means the person or persons to whom a foster home license is issued. (j) “Infant” means a child between birth and 12 months of age.
(d) No more than four foster children shall be in any one home. (e) No more than one foster child shall be in any one home designated for proctor care by agencies contracted with DJJS. R Physical Aspects of Home. (1) The foster and proctor home shall be located in a vicinity in which school, church, recreation, and otherFile Size: KB.
App.m. Residents’ Stimulus Payments Like all adult citizens in the United States, residents receiving services in certified family homes may shortly receive an Economic Impact Payment from the Internal Revenue Service.
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of the Public Acts ofas amended, being S et seq. of the Michigan Compiled Laws. (b) “Capacity” means the maximum number of residents for which a home is licensed. Initial And Subsequent Family Foster Home Evaluation Study Process And Payment Limitations In Adoption.
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(j) To receive, prior to a child being placed in the foster home pursuant to KRSinformation relating to the child's behavior, family background, or health history that may jeopardize the health or safety of any member of the foster family's household, including other foster children, and similar information that may affect the manner.
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