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Foster Care: State Practices for Assessing Health Needs Facilitating Service Delivery, and Monitoring Children’s Care
Foster Care: State Practices for Assessing Health

Our Price: $25.00
By Kay E. Brown (au)
Year: 2009
Pages: 58
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437913180

Providing health care services for foster children, who often have significant health care needs, can be challenging. The Admin. for Children and Families (ACF) oversees foster care, but state child welfare agencies are responsible for ensuring that these children receive health care services, which are often financed by Medicaid. Here is a report on states' efforts to improve foster children's receipt of health services. This report has these objectives. It describes specific actions that some states have taken to: (1) identify health care needs; (2) ensure delivery of appropriate health services; and (3) document and monitor the health care of children in foster care. It also describes the related technical assistance ACF offers to states. Charts and tables.

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