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Chapter 110-50 WAC

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(Formerly: Chapters 388-25 and 388-200 WAC)

WAC Sections

HTMLPDF110-50-0002Which is the deciding authority if another WAC rule or the provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act conflict with the information in this chapter?
HTMLPDF110-50-0010What are the department's placement priorities?
HTMLPDF110-50-0020What are the department's limitations on placement?
HTMLPDF110-50-0030What are the department's placement procedures for an infant residing in foster care with the infant's teen parent?
HTMLPDF110-50-0040Under what circumstances may the department provide foster care for educational purposes?
HTMLPDF110-50-0050What is the agency's goal as to the maximum number of children who remain in foster care in excess of twenty-four months?
HTMLPDF110-50-0060What must a parent do to place the child in foster care with the department?
HTMLPDF110-50-0070Under what circumstances may a parent sign a consent for voluntary placement of a child in foster care with the department?
HTMLPDF110-50-0080How long may a voluntary placement last with the department?
HTMLPDF110-50-0090May the department grant an exception to the length of stay in voluntary placement?
HTMLPDF110-50-0100What are the department's obligations regarding children placed by the department between states?
HTMLPDF110-50-0110What are the standards for use and reimbursement of receiving home care?
HTMLPDF110-50-0120What are the types of receiving homes and what children are served in them?
HTMLPDF110-50-0130Who decides on the number of receiving homes needed in an area?
HTMLPDF110-50-0140How long may a child stay in a receiving home?
HTMLPDF110-50-0150What are the rates for reimbursement to receiving home providers?
HTMLPDF110-50-0160How are rates authorized for reimbursement to receiving home providers?
HTMLPDF110-50-0170Under what circumstances does the department choose a relative as the placement for a child in need of out-of-home care?
HTMLPDF110-50-0180Under what circumstances may a relative not be considered as a placement option for a child?
HTMLPDF110-50-0190What sources of financial support are available to a relative caring for a child that the department has placed in the relative's home?
HTMLPDF110-50-0200How does the department treat relatives of specified degree with legally free children?
HTMLPDF110-50-0210When may the department serve a child through a behavior rehabilitation services program?
HTMLPDF110-50-0220What is the department's authority to remove a child from a behavior rehabilitation services placement?
HTMLPDF110-50-0230Child placing agency (CPA) expectations.
HTMLPDF110-50-0240CPA reimbursement.
HTMLPDF110-50-0250CPA contractual requirements.
HTMLPDF110-50-0271How long may a child served by the department remain in out-of-home placement before a court hearing is held?
HTMLPDF110-50-0272What are the training requirements for licensed foster parents?
HTMLPDF110-50-0273Gifts, bequests by will, and contributions.
HTMLPDF110-50-0280What is the parents' obligation to support their child in foster care?
HTMLPDF110-50-0290Who has authority to recommend or negotiate amounts for parental participation in the cost of foster care?
HTMLPDF110-50-0300When will cases be referred to the division of child support (DCS)?
HTMLPDF110-50-0320What constitutes good cause for not pursuing the collection or establishment of child support or paternity?
HTMLPDF110-50-0330Does the division of child support pursue collection or establish child support or paternity on cases in which good cause has been determined?
HTMLPDF110-50-0340Who may request a good cause determination?
HTMLPDF110-50-0350When may a good cause determination be requested?
HTMLPDF110-50-0360To whom must parents send child support payments for their child in foster care?
HTMLPDF110-50-0370Under what circumstances must child care judgment and limited power of attorney for parental support payments be assigned to the department?
HTMLPDF110-50-0400Legal basis for the foster care program.
HTMLPDF110-50-0420Definitions for foster care rate assessment (FCRA).
HTMLPDF110-50-0430Financial requirements of the department.
HTMLPDF110-50-0440Foster care maintenance payment and standardized assessment tool.
HTMLPDF110-50-0450Using the standardized assessment tool to determine foster care reimbursement levels.
HTMLPDF110-50-0460Reimbursement to foster families that reside in or move to another state.
HTMLPDF110-50-0470Payments to relative caregivers and suitable persons.
HTMLPDF110-50-0480Starting foster care maintenance payments.
HTMLPDF110-50-0490Terminating foster care maintenance payments.
HTMLPDF110-50-0500Foster parents' level notification.
HTMLPDF110-50-0510Requesting a department review of the foster care rate level.
HTMLPDF110-50-0520Department review of the foster care rate level.
HTMLPDF110-50-0530Foster parents' notification of department review.
HTMLPDF110-50-0540Foster parents' right to appeal.
HTMLPDF110-50-0550Scope of administrative hearing.
HTMLPDF110-50-0740What standards must the department apply to contracted and noncontracted service providers and vendors when the department has identified an overpayment to the provider or vendor?
HTMLPDF110-50-0750Do vendor overpayment rules in this chapter also apply to adoptive parents?
HTMLPDF110-50-0760Are there time limitations on identifying and recovering an overpayment?
HTMLPDF110-50-0770May overpayments be waived or forgiven?
HTMLPDF110-50-0780Do other governmental organizations have the right to an adjudicative hearing?
HTMLPDF110-50-0790What steps must a provider or vendor take when requesting an administrative hearing in regards to an overpayment?
HTMLPDF110-50-0800When is payment due on an overpayment?
HTMLPDF110-50-0810Who establishes guidelines to identify overpayments and to mediate overpayment disputes?
HTMLPDF110-50-0900What is the foster parent liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0910What is the period of coverage for foster parent liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0920Who is eligible for coverage under the foster parent liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0930What are the limits of coverage under the foster parent liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0940The department excludes what claims from coverage under the foster parent liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0950What if there are multiple claims for one occurrence under the foster parent liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0960May another source be used to recover on the same claim paid by the liability fund?
HTMLPDF110-50-0970What are the department's authority and the foster parent's responsibilities regarding investigation of claims?
HTMLPDF110-50-1000What are the department's responsibilities and limitations for reimbursement for damage or loss caused by a child in family foster care?
HTMLPDF110-50-1010What are the eligibility requirements for reimbursements to foster parents for damages?
HTMLPDF110-50-1020What are the department's reimbursement limitations?
HTMLPDF110-50-1030What types of claims are specifically excluded from reimbursement?
HTMLPDF110-50-1040What is the procedure for filing a claim?
HTMLPDF110-50-1050Which office within the department determines damage reimbursement?
HTMLPDF110-50-1060How are exception requests made?
HTMLPDF110-50-1070What claims may the department deny?
HTMLPDF110-50-1080What must a foster parent do to have a denied claim reconsidered?
HTMLPDF110-50-1090Will the department investigate claims?
HTMLPDF110-50-1100What are the department's responsibilities for management of juvenile records?
HTMLPDF110-50-1110To whom may the department release records?
HTMLPDF110-50-1120Under what circumstances may the department exclude or deny information from release unless authorized by law or court order?
HTMLPDF110-50-1130What may a juvenile or the juvenile's parent do if the department denies access to information?
HTMLPDF110-50-1140What are the requirements for release of foster parents' licensing records?
HTMLPDF110-50-1200How does the department treat resources and unearned income of a child in foster care?
HTMLPDF110-50-1210Who receives veterans' benefits for children in foster care?
HTMLPDF110-50-1220What is the state supplementary payment (SSP) that is administered by the children's administration (CA)?
HTMLPDF110-50-1230What are the eligibility requirements for the CA/SSP program?
HTMLPDF110-50-1240When will my eligibility for CA/SSP be determined?
HTMLPDF110-50-1250How will I know if I am eligible to receive a CA/SSP payment?
HTMLPDF110-50-1260Can I apply for the CA/SSP program if I am not identified by CA as eligible for the CA/SSP program?
HTMLPDF110-50-1270What are my appeal rights if CA determines that I am not eligible for CA/SSP?
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