December 01, 2011

The Out-of-Home Safety Plan: Tasks and Responsibilities

Therese Roe Lund and Jennifer Renne
  • Learn how visitation should be structured.
  • Learn the key conditions that should be established for a return home.

From Child Safety: A Guide for Judges and Attorneys

An out-of-home safety plan becomes necessary whenever an in-home safety plan is not sufficient, feasible or sustainable. The out-of-home safety plan occurs with a relative, foster home, or other court-ordered placement.

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