Parents with licensed families have support that can make placement more stable for the child, including monthly payments from the board of directors. (C) When a child has been removed from the home and is in the custody, custody or guardianship of the service, the service attempts to identify a parent capable of housing the child in accordance with the provisions of Section 3, Section 3 and Section 63-7-1680(B) (6). If the department finds that it is in the best interests of a child who needs a home placement for the child to be placed with a parent or when a parent of the service indicates that the relative is interested in placing a child in care and that the parent does not yet have a custody license, the service informs the relative of the admission procedures as dependent persons. , assist the adoptive parent in licensing and inform adoptive parents of the availability of payments and other services. If the family member obtains the division`s kinship service licence, in accordance with the rules and regulations adopted by the service with respect to the care of relatives, and if a placement is made with the relative, the relative may receive a payment for the full rate of child care and any other benefits that could be made available to the adoptive parents. whether in money or services. A family manager acts in an educational role until a child can re-enter the issuer or obtain permanent alternative mediation. The caregiver is responsible for the child`s needs, i.e. safety, food, clothing, education or health care that may be lacking in the child`s home. A family leader must ensure that he or she can meet the needs of the child and meet the requirements of the DSS and the Court of Justice. To learn more about family leaders, contact lawyers at Hyde Law Firm, P.A., 864-804-6330. A kinship officer could be appointed by parents who sign an informal kinship agreement.
This decision is often made quickly, on the spot, when a child is abducted. A parent may have a few hours or less to make this decision. The alternative is for the child to be taken care of. At other times, the Court of Justice may appoint a caregiver. Each case is different, and one way to keep or adopt can be the right one for you. The advice of an experienced family lawyer can help lead a caregiver in this situation. If SCDSS takes care of a child and identifies a family leader, that person can obtain a kinship license. Our goal is to help Kinship caretakers meet the needs of children so that children can enjoy the stability of the family.