Utah Admin. Code R512-100-3 - Qualifications

Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022

(1) In-home services may be provided to families under the following conditions:
(a) a child has experienced abuse or neglect but can remain safely in the home with a safety plan;
(b) a child is placed with a non-custodial parent or relatives who have custody and guardianship of the child to facilitate permanency;
(c) a child is returned home from out-of-home care;
(d) an adoptive placement is at risk of disruption and intensive services are needed to maintain the child in the adoptive home; or
(e) when reunification is likely within 14 days and intensive support is needed in conjunction with a current out-of-home care caseworker to prepare for and facilitate the reunification.
(2) A family may not qualify for in-home services under the following conditions:
(a) a family has the ability to access resources, supports, and services on their own;
(b) there is minimal risk of abuse or neglect to the child; and
(c) the family requires no ongoing monitoring by Child and Family Services.
(3) In-home services may be voluntary or court -ordered. A petition may be filed for court-ordered protective supervision of the family.
(4) In-home services are available in each geographic region of the state.

Notes

Utah Admin. Code R512-100-3
Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2016-3, effective 1/7/2016 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2020-04, effective 1/22/2020 Amended by Utah State Bulletin Number 2022-07, effective 3/11/2022

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