Foster care placement definition

Foster care placement means placement of a child through (i) an agreement between the parents or
Foster care placement which shall mean any action removing an Indian child from its parent or Indian custodian for temporary placement in a foster home or institution or the home of a guardian or conservator where the parent or Indian custodian cannot have the child returned upon demand, but where parental rights have not been terminated;
Foster care placement means placement of a child through (i) an agreement between the parents or guardians and the local board or the public agency designated by the CPMT where legal custody remains with the parents or guardians, or (ii) an entrustment or commitment of the child to the local board or licensed child-placing agency.

Examples of Foster care placement in a sentence

  • Foster care placement orders; evidence; determination of damage to child No foster care placement may be ordered in such proceeding in the absence of a determination, supported by clear and convincing evidence, including testimony of qualified expert witnesses, that the continued custody of the child by the parent or Indian custodian is likely to result in serious emotional or physical damage to the child.

  • Foster care placement provides a substitute living arrangement for a child for a planned period of time.

  • Foster care placement is intended to be a temporary, rather than a long-term solution to family problems.

  • Foster care placement letterA copy of the letter of foster care placement issued by the county or city department of social services or authorized voluntary foster care agency.

  • Foster care placement is not undertaken by private individuals or private actors.


More Definitions of Foster care placement

Foster care placement means placement of a child through (i) an agreement between the parents or guardians and the local board where legal custody remains with the parents or guardians or (ii) an entrustment or commitment of the child to the local board or licensed child-placing agency. "Foster care placement" does not include placement of a child in accordance with a power of attorney pursuant to Chapter 10 (§ 20-166 et seq.) of Title 20.
Foster care placement means the placement of a child with a person who is not the child’s parent, relative or guardian and who is willing to undertake the care and maintenance of that child;
Foster care placement which means any action removing an Indian child from his or her parent or Indian cus- todian for temporary placement in a foster home, institution, or with a relative, guardian, conservator, or suitable other person where the parent or Indian custodian cannot have the child returned upon demand, but where parental rights have not been terminated;
Foster care placement means the placing of a foster child with a foster parent;
Foster care placement means an action removing an Indian child from the child's parent or
Foster care placement means the temporary placement of an Indian child in an individual or agency foster care placement or in the personal custody of a guardian or conservator prior to the termination of parental rights, from which the child cannot be returned upon demand to the custody of the parent or Indian custodian but there has not been a termination of parental rights. “Foster care placement” does not include a placement based upon an act by an Indian child which, if committed by an adult, would be deemed a crime, or upon an award, in a divorce proceeding, of custody to one of the child’s parents.
Foster care placement means any action removing, or which could result in the removal of, a child from his or her parent or Indian custodian, such as court-ordered supervision in the home, for placement in foster care, with a guardian, or in an institution where the parent or Indian custodian cannot have the child returned upon demand, but where parental rights have not been terminated.¶