Foster care state efforts to improve the permanency planning process show some promise : report to the chairman, Subcommittee on Human Resources, Committee on Ways and Means, House of Representatives

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Page 17 - Other major contributors to this report are listed in appendix IV. Sincerely yours, Mark V. Nadel Associate Director, Income Security Issues Contents Letter Appendix I
Page 2 - This hearing must be held in a family or juvenile court or another court of competent jurisdiction or by an administrative body appointed or approved by the court.
Page 24 - General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548 Dear Ms. Ross: Washington, DC 20201 The Department has carefully reviewed your draft report entitled,
Page 2 - court of competent jurisdiction or by an administrative body appointed or approved by the court.
Page 28 - June 29, 1993). Foster Care: State Agencies Other Than Child Welfare Can Access Title IV-E Funds (GAO/HRD-93-6, Feb.
Page 14 - yield data reliable at the state level for as many states as the Secretary
Page 1 - continue to be eligible for title IV-E assistance. The states incur all foster care costs for children not eligible for federal support.
Page 16 - that a critical feature of these initiatives was often absent: Many of them lacked evaluations designed to assess the impact of the effort. The availability of evaluation information from these initiatives would not only point to the relative success or failure of an effort but also
Page 1 - IV-E of the Social Security Act, federal matching funds are provided to states for foster care maintenance costs
Page 1 - Although legislation passed in 1996 eliminated the AFDC program, children who meet the

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