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8.3A.3  TITLE IV-E, Foster Care Maintenance Payments Program, Eligibility, Biological parents

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Question 1.  
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 Since adoption assistance is not available for children adopted by biological parents, would Federal financial participation (FFP) under title IV-E foster care be available in those homes if the parents do not adopt and the agency retains guardianship and responsibility for placement and care?


Question 2.  
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 When a child is removed from the custodial parent and placed by the title IV-E agency for a temporary period of time with the non-custodial parent under the placement and care responsibility of the title IV-E agency, and then the title IV-E agency subsequently moves the child to a licensed foster family home, must the title IV-E agency obtain another removal order in order to claim title IV-E?

(Updated 10/23/2019)


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 May a title IV-E agency consider a youth age 18 or older who is residing in the same home as his/her parent or guardian to be in an allowable title IV-E supervised independent living setting if paired with title IV-E agency supervision?

(Updated 10/23/2019)


 

 

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