Chapter 74.13 RCW


Declaration of purpose.
FindingAccreditation of children's services.
Developmentally disabled childDefined.
Counties may administer and provide services under RCW 13.32A.197Plan for at-risk youth required.
Dependency establishedSocial worker's duty to provide document containing information.
Duties of departmentChild welfare servicesChildren's services advisory committee.
Services provided under deferred prosecution order.
Crisis residential centersAnnual records, contentsMultiple licensing.
Implementation of chapters 13.32A and 13.34 RCW.
Transitional living programs for youth in the process of being emancipatedRules.
Runaway hotline.
Petition for order compelling disclosure of record or information.
Complaint resolution process.
Foster careLength of stay.
Secretary as custodian of funds of person placed with department or its agentAuthorityLimitationsTermination.
Eligible relatives appointed as guardiansReceipt and expenditure of federal fundsImplementation of subsidy programDepartment to adopt rulesRelative guardianship subsidy agreements.
Out-of-home careSocial study required.
Moneys in possession of secretary not subject to certain proceedings.
Sexually aggressive youthDefinedServicesExpenditure of treatment fundsTribal jurisdictionInformation sharing and confidentiality.
Sexually aggressive youthTransfer of surplus funds for treatment.
Group care placementPrerequisites for payment.
Foster youth education and plans for the futureMemoranda of understanding among agenciesTransfer of responsibilities from the departmentIndicators relating to education outcomesReports.
Child and family reinvestment accountMethodology for calculating savings resulting from reductions in foster care caseloads and per capita costs.
Child welfare system improvement account.
Therapeutic family home program for youth in custody under chapter 13.34 RCW.
Services to homeless families.
Preservice trainingFoster parents.
On-site monitoring program.
Respite care.
Client information.
Washington state identicardsFoster youth.
PassportsInformation to be provided to foster parents.
IntentInfant, foster family health.
Blood-borne pathogensTesting.
Blood-borne pathogensClient informationTraining.
Fewest possible placements for childrenPreferred placements.
Notification of proposed placement changes.
Foster parent training.
Child care for foster parents attending meetings or training.
Foster care and adoptive home recruitment program.
Responsibilities of foster parents.
Rights of foster parents.
Rights of foster parentsComplaintsInvestigationNotice of any personnel actionReport.
Department procedures to respond to foster parents' complaints.
Foster careReimbursementProperty damage.
Extended foster care services.
Driver's license support for foster youth.
Transition planQualification for developmental disability services.
Children with developmental disabilitiesOut-of-home placementVoluntary placement agreement.
Disclosure of child welfare recordsFactorsException.
Disclosure of child welfare recordsInformation to be disclosed.
Disclosure of child welfare recordsConsideration of effects.
Disclosure of child welfare recordsFatalities.
Disclosure of child welfare recordsInformation not to be disclosed.
Disclosure of child welfare recordsImmunity from liability.
Child placementConflict of interest.
Independent living services.
Child placementPolicy of educational continuity.
Educational continuityProtocol development.
Oversight committeeDuties.
Educational stability during shelter care hearingProtocol development.
Tasks to be performed based on available resources.
Kinship caregiversDefinitionPlacement of children with kin a priorityStrategies.
Kinship care oversight committee.
School-aged youth in out-of-home careSchool placement options.
School-aged youth in out-of-home careEducational experiences and progressReports.
Child fatality reviews.
Foster parent critical support and retention program.
Foster parent critical support and retention programAvailability, assessment, training, referral.
Care provider immunity for allegation of failure to supervise a sexually reactive, physically assaultive, or physically aggressive youthConditions.
Foster care to twenty-one programTermination.
Child welfare measurements.
Validated tool to assess care needs.
Denial or delay of licensure or approval of unsupervised access to children.
Background checksOut-of-state requestsFees.
Out-of-home careChildhood activitiesPrudent parent standard.
ConstructionChapter applicable to state registered domestic partnerships2009 c 521.
ConstructionReligious or nonprofit organizations.
Consistency required in administration of statutes applicable to runaway youth, at-risk youth, and families in conflict: RCW 43.20A.770.
Education of children in short-term foster care: RCW 28A.300.800.
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