Utah Admin. Code R512-100-3 - Qualifications
Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022
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(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.
(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.
(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, and
(b) There is minimal risk of abuse/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 all geographic regions of the state.