Current through Reg. 47, No. 249; December 28, 2021
(1) "Child welfare
services," as used in this rule, means foster care and all related services and
benefits available to children in Florida's foster care and to young adults who
remain qualified for independent living transition services.
"Unaccompanied refugee minor" means an
unaccompanied minor, as defined in
, who has met the federal
eligibility standards for placement into the Unaccompanied Refugee Minor
Program (URMP). Only unaccompanied refugee minors are eligible for child
welfare services through the URMP.
"Unaccompanied Refugee Minor Program"
(URMP) means the federally funded and state administered program under 45
C.F.R. Parts 400
and Section 402.86, F.S., established to secure
custody over an unaccompanied refugee minor and to provide the same range of
child welfare services available to other children and young adults in