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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services

Chapter 100. Minimum Standards for Licensed Child Caring InstitutionsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 30
Interdepartmental licensure
Section 40
Licensing procedures
Section 50
Governing board
Section 60
Section 70
Relationship to licensing authority
Section 80
General requirements
Section 90
Composition and qualifications of staff
Section 100
Ratio of child care staff to children
Section 110
Personnel policies
Section 120
Section 130
Buildings and building plans
Section 140
Buildings (physical facilities)
Section 150
Staff quarters
Section 160
Section 170
Grounds and outdoor recreation space
Section 180
Request for service (intake) and alternative planning (discharge) of children
Section 190
Placement of children outside the institution
Section 200
Section 210
Section 220
Religious training
Section 230
Section 240
Community relationships
Section 250
Use of volunteers
Section 260
Social work services
Section 270
Section 280
Section 290
Section 300
Section 310
Nature of records
Section 320
Section 330
Section 340
Section 350
Form and content of case record

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