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               (See also CHILDREN; CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT)
Child-placing agencies, contract evaluation: HB 1367, SB 5645
Developmental disabilities, foster youth with, exiting care system: HB 2591
Extended foster care services, for certain youth who are 18: HB 2034
Foster parents, as "another suitable person" for placement purposes: HB 2027
Foster parents, as foster resource parents, stakeholder meetings concerning: SHB 2725
Foster parents, as foster resource parents, updating provisions for: HB 2725
Foster parents, preservice training to emphasize safety and reunification: HB 2725, SHB 2725
Foster parents, short-term case aides for: HB 2031, SB 5096, SSB 5096
Homeschooling of foster youth by foster parents, when: HB 1760, HB 1761
Legal proceedings, foster care-related, counsel for DCYF and parents for: HB 2083, SB 5942
License, dual, combined child care and foster license, pilot project: * HB 2619, CH 343 (2020) PV
Licensing, of facilities, internal review, to include foster family homes: HB 2790
Licensing, of facilities, licensing compliance agreements: HB 2790
Licensing, when foster-family home licensee relocates: SB 6500, * SSB 6500, CH 73 (2020)
Permanency planning hearing, bonding and best interest assessments: HB 2028
Prevention and family services and programs, relation to foster care: * HB 1900, CH 172 (2019), SB 5826
Students, formerly in foster care, college assistance pilot program for: HB 1572, SB 5800, SSB 5800, * 2SSB 5800, CH 330 (2019)
Students, foster student scholarship program, establishing: HB 1969
Students, in foster care and/or homeless, educational outcomes and work group: HB 2711, * SHB 2711, CH 233 (2020), SB 6511, SSB 6511
Traumatic brain injuries, screenings for children entering foster care system: HB 1605, * SHB 1605, CH 120 (2019), SB 5586, SSB 5586
Washington foster care and adoption initiatives fund, establishing/administering: HB 2935