Utah Admin. Code R512-309-4 - Method for Determining Amount of Reimbursement for a Foster Parent
Current through Bulletin 2022-07, April 1, 2022
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(1) In accordance with Section 62A-4a-121, Child and Family Services may reimburse a foster parent for providing owner's or operator's security covering a youth's operation of a motor vehicle in amounts required under Section 31A-22-304 if the youth is in the legal custody of Child and Family Services. Reimbursement will be limited to the minimum liability insurance policy limits established under Section 31A-22-304.
(a) As allowed within the amounts appropriated to Child and Family Services for this purpose, Child and Family Services will reimburse the additional cost of the insurance premium for a youth when the foster parent has met the eligibility requirements.
(i) The foster parent will submit to Child and Family Services a current and valid statement from the insurance company that will identify the actual cost of providing insurance coverage for the youth in foster care.