25 CFR 20.501 - What services can be paid for with Child Assistance funds?
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§ 20.501 What services can be paid for with Child Assistance funds?
The social services program can use Child Assistance funds to pay for services as shown in the following table.
|Service that can be paid||Conditions that must be met||Maximum payment level|
|(a) Room and board at residential care facilities licensed by the tribe or state||There must be no other resources available to pay these costs. See
||The state or county residential care rate in the state in which the child resides.|
|(b) Adoption or guardianship subsidies||There must be no other resources available to pay for this service. See
||The Bureau's maximum adoption and guardianship payment standard.|
|(c) Short-term homemaker services||There must be no other resources (such as Medicaid) available to pay for this service. Services can be purchased for a maximum of 3 months. See
||As approved by the Bureau line officer.|
|(d) Temporary foster care||See
||The state or county foster care rate in the state in which the child resides.|
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