The appropriate candidates for IV-E iv-E care are children who are found to be at risk of leaving the home directly, as the administrative costs of Section 19-1-103(64), C.R.S. argue. Administrative costs can be claimed for children who are directly threatened by a voluntary placement contract or by a conservatory custody ordered by a court with the Landratsamt. It is not necessary to decide less often than every six months whether the child is directly threatened with removal from the home. Efforts must be made to prevent the child from being removed from the institution until the child is expelled from the home. (b) a court found, following a request for a review of the dependency situation, that a human or social services department still has the placement and custody of the child who has been admitted on the basis of voluntary placement; 4. (a) A decree concerning the custody of a child in a person, institution or agency or the granting of the placement of a child in accordance with section 19-2-906 or 19-3-403 or the subsection (8) of that section applies for a specified period of time. This decree is reviewed by the court no later than three months after its introduction, with the exception of a decree entrusting custody of a child to the service of human services. The Core Services Program was established in 1994 as part of ADHD and is legally required not to place families in cases where children/adolescents are at immediate risk of not being at home, in need of return-home services, or in maintaining a placement in as restrictive an environment as possible.

In response to the complexity and variability of the needs of children, adolescents and families in different regions of Colorado, the Core Services Program combines the consistency of centralized administrative oversight with the flexibility and responsibility of a county run system. This approach provides personalized services to meet the needs of children, youth and families in different communities in Colorado. For more information, visit the Children`s Basic Services Program page. (a) A human or social services department has a voluntary placement agreement with the child`s parent or guardian; Specialized Group Facility (SGF) is sponsored and supervised by a county social/human services department, whether it is now a licensed county or child placement centre (therefore known as an agency) for the 24-hour care of three or more children, but under 12 children aged 3 to 16 and for children aged 16 to 18 and those aged 21 who are taken into court before their 18th birthday, whose special needs can be better managed by the small group community.