Utah Admin. Code R512-1-5 - [Repealed]
Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022
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(1) In-Home Services. Child and Family Services may offer services to families whose children are in their own homes, yet who are at risk of or who have suffered from abuse or neglect. Services will be voluntary or court ordered, and shall be intensive to avoid unnecessary placement of children in protective custody. These services may include child day care, protective supervision, and services for the preservation of families.
(a) Access. Referrals can be made from Child Protective Services or from Juvenile Court and other agencies.
(b) Eligibility. A family must be determined to be in a state of crisis and children shall be at risk of abuse or neglect.
(2) Domestic Violence Services. For adult victims of domestic violence and their minor children, shelter care facilities may be provided in order to protect the adult victim and their children from further violence. Short-term counseling may be provided to the family while in shelter, and treatment services may be offered to the perpetrator of the abuse in order to stop the violence and maintain the family as a unit. Children of abused partners eligible for domestic violence services may receive child care without a fee as part of the protective services provided to the family.
(a) Access. The adult victim of family violence shall have access to the services listed above by requesting protection or by referral.
(b) Eligibility. The only eligibility factor is that the adult victim shall have been abused by their partner or some other member of the family. The perpetrator may be assessed, through court order, for the costs of Child and Family Services providing these services.