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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services
7/3/2020

Chapter 201. Permanency Services - Prevention, Foster Care, Adoption, and Independent LivingRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Foster care prevention services
Section 30
Entering foster care
Section 35
Reentry into foster care from commitment
Section 40
Foster care placements
Section 50
Initial foster care placement activities
Section 60
Assessment
Section 70
Foster care goals
Section 80
Foster care plans
Section 90
Service delivery
Section 100
Providing independent living services: service for youth 14 years of age and older
Section 105
Foster Care for youth 18 to 21 years of age (Fostering Futures program)
Section 110
Court hearings and case reviews
Section 115
Foster care appeal process
Section 120
Funding
Section 130
Closing the foster care case
Section 140
Other foster care requirements
Section 150
Adoption Resource Exchange of Virginia
Section 160
[Repealed]
Section 161
Adoption assistance
Section 170
Child-placing agency's responsibilities in nonagency adoptive placements
Section 180
Fees for court services
Section 190
Virginia Putative Father Registry
Section 200
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