Out-of-home placement definition

Out-of-home placement means a child's placement in a home or facility other than the child's parent, guardian, or legal custodian.
Out-of-home placement means a placement, other than a placement in the home of the parent, legal guardian or custodian from whose custody the court has removed the child;

More Definitions of Out-of-home placement

Out-of-home placement means a placement in a foster family home or group care facility licensed pursuant to chapter 74.15 RCW or placement in a home, other than that of the child's parent, guardian, or legal custodian, not required to be licensed pursuant to chapter 74.15 RCW.
Out-of-home placement means the placement of a child in the division's custody outside of the child's home, including placement in a foster home, a residential treatment program, proctor care, or with kin.
Out-of-home placement means a placement other than in the home of a parent,
Out-of-home placement means a placement in a foster family
Out-of-home placement means any removal of the youth from his or her home. Planned respite, where the child's main residence remains his or her home, is not considered out-of-home placement.
Out-of-home placement means a post-adjudication placement in a foster family home,
Out-of-home placement means a child or youth who is eligible for medical assistance pursuant to articles 4, 5, and 6 of title 25.5 and the child or youth: