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a little bit about this webinar I was.developed through funding from the North.Carolina Division of Social Services by.the family and children's resource.program which is part of the Jordan.Institute for families at the UNC Chapel.Hill School of Social Work which is a.mouthful to say a recording of this.webinar will be available on NC s W.learn org as well as on the F CRP.website thank you for joining us I want.to touch a little bit of information on.the goals for this webinar so by the end.of our time together today we hope that.you will be able to understand the I CPC.articles and regulations be knowledgable.in sending in receiving those ICPC.requests as well as be familiar with.resources related to I CPC requests and.then lastly be informed of new.electronic processing systems such as NC.fast and the national electronic.interstate compact Enterprise which.you'll hear us refer to as nice.in addition to the chat pod that many of.you have already found you'll see that.there is also a way to communicate to.everyone in the room as well as you can.click and send a message to just the.hosts meaning all of us here at UNC and.this will be the primary way that you.can communicate with us throughout our.time together.so using this chat box you can send in.questions that you may have and we have.a time allotted for answering questions.throughout our presentation or comments.that you have can also be added in this.box and I know a lot of you so far are.using it to introduce yourselves and.tell us what county that you are here.from we will say that this box moves.kind of fast because we have so many.people here in our webinar but we do.have someone who's going to help us keep.track of your questions so if you can't.see it in the chat pod we have it so.that we can answer it when it comes time.for questions a little bit more.information about questions since this.is just one 90 minute webinar and we.have about 200 people registered we may.not be able to get to all the answer all.the questions that you may have but we.do want to get you those answers so for.the questions that we do not get to.today during our time together we will.capture all of those questions and we.will be sending out a follow-up document.to everyone registered to this webinar.that will have all the questions that.were asked as well as answers to those.questions so that you can refer to them.one other piece of information for being.able to use icons to get our attention.in the top of your screen there's a drop.down box that looks like a little person.with their hand raised and if you click.on the drop down box you can see other.icons one being raise hand or speaking.louder or softer applause laughter those.are options that you can use so I would.like to go ahead and.try using this drop-down box so anyone.who is there participating in a group if.you could click on the raise hand icon.it helps us know how many people out.there actually have groups there.I'll give everyone a few seconds to find.that icon.alright looks like we have quite a few.people participating in a group so.everyone welcome thanks for letting us.know also just a little bit of.information about some of the different.roles we have here together with in.child welfare that we have represented.we pulled together from registration.information so we have about 50 line.supervisors 106 direct client contacts.as well as a group of directors and.program managers we also have some staff.development and trainers and then also.other various roles within child fair.that welfare they're all here.for this information today so welcome.everyone thank you all for being here.again.my name is crystal Koval and I'll be.your moderator we have technical support.here on-site from Phillip Armfield and.John McMahon is also on the line to help.us out and now I will let our guest.Rebecca and Althea introduce themselves.and tell you a little about them good.morning my name is Rebecca Richmond and.I'm from the division of Social Services.I've been a member of the interstate.compact team for about five and a half.years and prior to that have had County.experience and a number of different.roles but I'm happy to be here today to.present this information to you all.good morning my name is Althea Swenson.and I'm also a Human Services program.consultant assigned to the ICPC team and.I joined I CPC team in 2017 and I have.over 15 years of child welfare.experiences and I want to thank you for.taking us time to join us today and I'm.really excited that you all are here and.ready to learn all about ICPC.all right and not only thank you to you.all for being here but thank you to our.presenters for being here to help with.this learning opportunity for our child.welfare system we'll make sure that you.have their contact information at the.end of the webinar as well so we are.ready to get started and so we'll.thought we'll start with Althea asking.you all a question.all right so good morning we have a.quick poll question that we would like.to get started with and if you see on.your screen there's a poll question.there that talks about how confident you.are with the ICPC process if you could.please click the response that's most.relevant to you.all righty it looks like we have about.over half maybe about 44 percent of our.participants feel somewhat confident.with the I CPC process and that's pretty.good so we hope that by the end this.webinar that you'll be feeling more.confident with the I CPC process so what.is I CPC so sometimes the best family.for a child does not always live in our.state so then we look at the interstate.compact for the interstate compact on.placement children establish those.procedures for assuring the safety and.stability of placements for children.across state lines you will hear me.often refer to I CPC as a compact and I.CPC it is our uniform law it is a legal.binding agreement that has been.implemented by all 50 states including.the District of Columbia and the US.Virgin Islands the compact Canada.established an orderly procedure for the.process and referrals implementation of.placements and responsibilities of.sendin agencies the compact is certain.that both the sending and the receiving.states have the pertinent information.prior to a child being placed at the.compound each state has a deputy compact.administer administrator our DCA which.we often refer to and that person is a.point to manage the overall.administration of the compact.so why I CPC so these are the federal.mandates that are outlines the.administrative framework by CPC they are.provided here for your reference for you.to kind of go back and review on your.own but these are very important to.understand because these mandates ensure.that we process cases within a safe and.timely manner and make certain that our.children are being kept in a safe.placement and also assure their needs.are being met one of the laws that we.want to look at is the public law 115.123 the family service the family first.prevention services act of 2018 and that.mandates a requirement for states to.have a centralized interstate processing.system and they're in a webinar you'll.hear more about nice and the interface.with NC 5 and that is the electronic.processing system that is currently.being utilized in ICPC now we want to.look closely at public law 109 239 and.this is a federal mandate that provides.the guidelines for conducting timely.home studies so he establishes a Pacific.compliance timeframe by which to receive.a state must provide a home stay in this.federal law states that a home study.must be provided within 60 calendar days.of a receiving requests so this.requirement also applies to our foster.relative and adoption home studies the.60-day timeframe does require exemption.for home studies that require training.or education primarily as you see with.our foster care request one of the.things to remember about the 60 days is.that the 60-day timeframe runs when the.home study request is received by the.receiver state I CPC office not the.local agency when when that completion.will be I'm sorry when it will be due so.each state may establish his own rules.for what constitutes a complete at home.study and the 60 days is the federal law.timeframe so it's very important to.remember - 60 calendar days.whenever you have a time frame that it.sees the 60 days you are required to.send what we call the status report and.it outlines the burials and provides an.anticipated time for completing that.home study so the importance of ICPC.so the parts of ICPC kind of provides a.home assessment but determines that de.placement is safe and in the best.interest of the child here you see that.it issues that an appropriate financial.and medical plan is in place to meet the.needs of the child prior to the.placement and also when a child's place.the ascendant agency provides.supervision and reports on the child's.progress so trying to see when ICP.applies to your cases so a CPC applies.to cases where children are in temporary.custody of a DSS agency on a court.jurisdiction anytime is a placement into.a foster care including foster homes.group homes and residential treatment.facilities that are placed in another.state placement when two parents and.relatives with parents and relatives.that are made by DSS agency and.placements in two prospective adoptive.homes.so when ICPC does not apply so these are.the placements made in other states that.are not governed by the compact.placements metal million medical.hospital and educational facilities.placement of a child is now in the.custody SS and can be made by a parent.or their legal guardian the contract.doesn't apply to divorce or custody.procedures children that are placed.outside the country and visits with.families that are less than 30 days.those are placements that does not apply.to the ICBC compact.so very important to understand a.definition of relative as it is defined.in a compact so the definition of.relative as you find the compact is a.birth or an adoptive brother sister.still parent a stepbrother stepsister.uncle first cousin niece nephew or any.relatives of a half plural marriage that.is denoted by prefixes of grant and.grade so it's very important to.understand the definition of a relative.as defined by the compact because when.you're saying a request you have to.understand that if it doesn't meet the.criteria relative then you cannot send.it as a relative request you do have the.option to send a request as a foster.care study if it doesn't meet your.definition of a relative requirement so.in addition to cinema requests for.children that are in DSS custody we also.process cases where children are in.court jurisdiction or court involved.cases and the court jurisdiction cases.is when the court has taken custody and.it's been awarded to a third cousin and.then I'm sorry to a third party and then.for our court involvement cases those.are cases that a court is still involved.but the legal custody may still remain.with the parent so we also process those.cases as well within I CPC contact so we.do want to take a moment and see if.there are any initial questions so far.on some of that foundational information.that we've covered around what is ICPC.and when it applies and when it does not.apply so give you just a few moments to.type in any questions you may have at.this time.you.you.so it looks like we have a few questions.that have started to roll in so we'll.take a few of them the first one that.I'll ask is if we do not get a report.within 60 calendar days does the sending.agency need to submit a request for an.update so I'll see I'll let you answer.that question or Rebecca.okay this is Rebecca answer that.so if 60 days approaches and you're not.you do not have a home study you can.send us a request on your agency.letterhead for an update we will also be.monitoring that case in our system and.be following up as that date approaches.as well.all right thank you so I'll go ahead and.pull out this other next question that I.have I'm trying to keep track of as it's.moving when a state allows a foster home.to move out of state with the foster.child and they want us to do a home.study this ICPC apply yes we are.actually going to cover that in them the.next section and have one other question.about who would qualify as a relative so.will a second cousin fall under the.relative category per the definition hi.this is Althea so a second cousin does.not meet a definition of relative under.the ICPC.you do have the option to send a second.cousin as a foster care request.all right so I see there's still.questions coming in and we'll have.another opportunity for questions but I.want to make sure we got some of those.answers that we're really about some of.that initial information we've covered.and some of who does qualify and falls.under that definition of relative so as.you have more questions feel free to ask.them we will answer as many as possible.so we will go ahead and move on to our.next portion of information and Rebecca.is going to share with us a little bit.about overview of articles and.regulations good morning let's talk.about articles and regulations so the.difference between the two is that.articles are law those are found in our.general statutes seventeen thirty eight.hundred and they allow for uniformity.across all 50 states and the two.territories so articles are law.regulations are policy there are ten.articles and twelve regulations and.we're really just going to talk about.those that are most commonly used here.regulation one or regulation one refers.to the relocation of a family unit and.this is we had this question just a few.minutes ago about a foster family.relocating so this is to insure that an.already safe and stable placement made.in the sending state can continue with.the child relocate with the resource in.the receiving state it's applicable to.placements in the excess of 90 days the.intent of this regulation is really to.allow the supervision to be.uninterrupted so while the request is.for our home study or a license it would.also include supervision the referral.must include a copy of the current.approved home study and/or license as.well as progress and placement reports.for the past six months.regulation - this is really the bulk of.our work regulation - is most commonly.used by those in the listening audience.today and is fed public cases it applies.to cases involving children who are.under the jurisdiction of a court for.abuse neglect or dependency as a result.of action taken by a child welfare.agency the purpose is obtain a home.study and placement decision for foster.care public adoptions and/or with.relatives or parents again regulation -.has a 60 day time frame and that's per.federal law 109 to 39 which is safe and.timely Act if the study requires.additional time for completion the.receiving state will send a status.report and really explain what are the.barriers and delays for this home study.being completed within those time frames.if it is a request for a foster care.license a preliminary study should be.sent to our office within the 60-day.timeframe educational and training.requirements for licensing often exceed.that 60-day time frame we ask that your.office update us on the status of that.license about every 30 days we too will.follow up with you using our transmittal.to check on the status regulation 3.refers to definitions and placement.categories there are a number of terms.in regulation 3 that we use most.commonly we talk about concurrence which.we're going to discuss in a later slide.we talk about placement of placement.resources there that's really the.subject of the home study relative is.listed there and we've mentioned that in.a previous slide also is sending state.and receiving state so those are.that we use quite often in our office.and in our communication with your.agency the next slide is about.residential or regulation floor and this.is the residential request so we refer.to them as P RTF which is psychiatric.residential treatment facilities.regulation 4 provides for the safety and.protection of children placed in a PRT F.in another state approvals should be.received prior to placement and this can.apply to children up to the age of 21.it's important to mention it that a very.important step of this process is that.the child has been adjudicated.delinquent and DJJ is involved 7b 3,800.article six is titled institutional care.of delinquent children it states that no.such placement shall be made unless the.child is given a court hearing on notice.to the parent or guardian but the.opportunity to be heard prior to being.sent to another state for institutional.care so we are looking for a court order.and DJJ is really good about helping to.obtain this order but the order should.very clearly state that equivalent.facilities for the child are not.available in the sending agency's.jurisdiction and that institutional care.in another jurisdiction is in the best.interest of the child will not produce.the hardship to the child and/or his.family so and again that is for children.who have been adjudicated delinquent so.that's not required for all residents of.residents request but just those.children that have been adjudicated.delinquent regulation 4 also covers.emergency placements for residential.care we understand there are times when.a child's placement in the PRT F becomes.an emergency and we try to accommodate.those requests as best as we can the.decisions may be made within one.business day as long as the referral.that you send to our office is complete.when you're sending the emergency quest.request a few items to note is that.clinical staff must make that.recommendation for an emergency.placement so not all PRTs will be.emergencies.we ask that you mark your request is.urgent when you send it to our office.you can also call or email office to.indicate that the request is coming or.has been sent let's talk about.regulation 7 you often refer to these as.the expedited or priority requests these.are these fall under regulation 7 of the.compact again this is to expedite an I.CPC decision for the placement of a.child with a parent a stepparent a.grandparent and adult uncle or aunts and.about brother or sister or the child's.guardian any other relative that is not.listed here will not meet the criteria.for expediting the request it does not.regulation 7 does not apply to children.who are already placed in violation of a.compact and it does not apply when the.request is for foster care or adoption.if you happen to send us a request and.it doesn't meet one of these relative.criteria we will then contact you in and.discuss sending it for a regulation -.which would be our processing of 60 days.that's for a public relative or foster.care request so criteria for regulation.7 unexpected dependency due to a sudden.or recent incarceration incapacitation.or death of a parent or guardian the.child or children there's a child that's.4 or younger there's a sibling group.with a substantial relationship to the.proposed placement resource when the.child or children is an emergency.placement so you can expect the decision.to be turned around in about 20 business.days if that time frame will be exceeded.the receiving state is pretty good about.sending a status report to let us know.why it's going to require a little bit.more time there very specific forms to.use when you're expediting a request not.as our DSS form.18:39 which is the order of compliance.this is the preferred state form in.court order 2.use when you're expediting requests but.if your court is using something.different just be sure that all of that.language is included in that order when.you're mailing the request be sure that.you're following those instructions on.the checklist and sorting your packet.accordingly.so the ICPC form 101 should be on top of.the packet and this really helps us to.quickly identify which requests are.expedited let's look at the timeframes.under regulation 7 so the judge is.signing the order and providing it to.DSS hopefully within 2 business days.because in 3 business days you're going.to send that to our office we're really.looking for that order to arrive in.office within 5 days of the judges.signature because we want to quickly.turn that information around to the.receiving state so that they can begin.processing the request if your referral.arrives in our office and it's beyond.those timeframes we will then process it.under regulation to some counties we'll.also choose to use priority mailing to.our office to meet the timeframes.article 5 is this slide about.residential care when you're sending a p.RTF requesting oh I'm sorry I'm looking.at a different slide I'm sorry.article 5 is about the retention of.jurisdiction the sending agencies shall.retain jurisdiction over the child and.have financial responsibility of the.child during the placement period most.states prefer minimum six months.supervision period concurrence we.mentioned this I mentioned this in a.previous slide concurrence discharges.when the receiving state gives the.sending state or agency written.permission to terminate supervision and.relinquished jurisdiction to the.resource when you receive concurrence or.when you give concurrence this is the.green-white to make a decision about.closing your case your transferring.custody or guardianship.and then closing your case and that that.means placement is gone well for all.especially the child let's talk about.supervision here the supervision must.begin when a child is placed in an.approved or supervision will begin when.a child is placed in an approved.placement and the 100b is received.sometimes you hear about placement.occurring and if you hear about that by.some other way you should begin.supervision as well but definitely.contact our office so that we can secure.that 100b formerly supervision must.include face-to-face visits with the.child at least once a month and there.are written supervision reports at least.once every 90 days following the date.that you receive the 100b we do provide.a couple forms for supervision and that.is the DSS 5331 that's the 30-day report.and the DSS 53-32 that DFS 53-32 has a.has a place that you can make.recommendations about concurrence when.you're doing your supervision you should.be sure to include any available report.cards or if there's any evaluations or.other reports that have been done during.that period those are helpful to send to.the sending agency as well if applicable.the supervising caseworkers.recommendation regarding continuation of.placement return of legal custody to the.resource or parent finalization of an.adoption or granting legal guardianship.to the resource that is the information.found in the DSS 53-32 that 90-day.report that I talked about that specific.we're looking for those recommendations.the receiving state shall respond to any.report of abuse or neglect of a child.placed and during the supervision period.and the sending state is assist who is.responsible for case planning and.ongoing safety and well-being for any.child placed in the receiving State.supervision can and should begin prior.to the receipt of the I of the 100 B.if the receiving state has been informed.by any other means that the child has.been placed in an approved placement and.supervision should continue and must.continue until one of the following.occurs a child reaches the age of.majority or legal emancipation a child.is adopted or custody or guardianship is.transferred to the resource the child is.no longer no longer resides at the home.approved for placement jurisdiction over.the child is terminated by the sending.state the sending state requested.writing that supervision be discontinued.and the receiving state concurs this.slide will help you determine the.difference between a placement and a.visit when you're trying to make that.determination consider the purpose the.duration and the intent and that will.often help you decide is this a visit or.is it a placement visits have a very.clear start and stop date if visits are.happening we ask that you give us a.courtesy so that we can let another.state know that a child will be in their.state for the purpose of a visit this.slide talks about the violation of a.compact in the event of a violation it's.important to remember that the sending.State bears full liability and.responsibility for the safety of the.child that means that the sending seat.or sending agency is responsible for.supervising that placement until this.placement is approved the receiving.state may request immediate removal with.a child the receiving state may proceed.with the home study but is not required.to do so until the child is returned to.the sending state or as long as the.child is placed in violation the.receiving state may choose to open for.courtesy supervision but it is not.required to do so.right that's a lot of information Thank.You Rebecca.so again at this time we want to take an.opportunity to answer some of your.questions we do have some in queue that.have been asked so far but as you think.of others.I'll give you a moment to go ahead and.type them in the chat pod on information.that we've covered so far.you.so the first question that we had asked.previously and I just want to clarify.them for anyone else that had this.question does ICPC apply when children.are placed in out-of-state group homes.or PRTs.yes you should be sending in an ICPC.request when placing children out of.state for the purposes of treatment in a.PRT F or a group home it's important to.note I will add that when you're making.those placements do you remember that.the receiving state does not provide.supervision for those children all right.Thank You Rebecca.next question that I had ready was if a.home study has to be done with a.grandparent and he or she required to.become licensed that would be way past.the 60 days required to complete the.home study so I think the question here.would be what do we do in this.circumstance this is something yeah if.the request is for a relative home.studied in a relative home study it is.for a foster care study then it will.require a family to be licensed 60-day.timeframe is required for the actual.home study it doesn't necessarily mean.that the home has to be approved within.60 days but their home study does need.to be completed the contact does allow.exemption for foster care licensing not.to exceed 180 days.you.and as your questions are continuing to.come in we are tracking them we do know.that some of the information we will get.to in our presentation coming up or it.may be a question that we'll have to.pull information together for and get it.to you in our follow-up document so.we're continuing to keep that.information tracked we won't forget your.questions and we'll have an opportunity.to answer some more in a little bit as.well so we are going to continue with.some more information and Alethea is.going to share us a little more about.the process all right so let's look at.the steps of the ICPC process so here is.a flowchart of this in an agency process.so the process begins when this in an.agency on the child welfare social.worker since the ICPC referral to the IC.PC office here the ICPC officer received.the repackage or the referral which is.reviewed by the consultant.once that packet is complete and meet.the requirements for both the synonym.receipt estate then that state.consultant sensi complete request to the.receiving state ICPC office where that.request is reviewed again by that.receiving state ICPC consultant the.receiving state ICPC consultant then.send the request to their local agency.to complete the home study here is where.the public law 109 239 to federal law.for safe and timely placement of.children begins when that receiving.state confirms that they had a complete.packet and sends it to their local.agency the local agency completes the.home study and send a response back to.the receiving state ICPC office for an.official approval or denial the.receiving state signs at 100 a and sends.that decision back to the sendin state.ICPC office who will then notify you the.sendin agency.so if a placement is approved the.approval is valid for six months from.the date that the 100a is signed by that.sending States by the receiving face on.this consultant please note that if you.have an approval that the wanted ruby.must be submitted so that placement can.be to be notified to the other agency as.supervision can begin if your placement.is denied in the IC PC case is closed.and there was no further action needed.do know that if you do get a request.denied you may send a new request with.documentation and evidence that the.conditions of the denial has been met.and you wished for that placement.resource if you couldn't reconsider as.an option if you have a approval that.expires at the end of six months you are.required to set a new request so the 100.a forum uses the Senate agency's formal.written requested a receiving state of.his attentions to make an interstate.placement for a request for finding for.finding to determine if the placement is.in the best interest of the child.so the approval in one's your a in the.case that a placement can be made.whenever your completing a 100 a you.want to make sure that you complete it.in its entirety so just a slide kind of.takes a look at the DSS 18:37 which is.our 100 a form so in completeness before.this form I want you to remember to.complete the section 1 fields pertaining.to if WA and D 40 determination it is.section 1 or the form section 2 of the.form kind of talks about the type of.care is going to be requested remember.that you can only choose one type of.care per request so you cannot choose.Foster and adoption one send one request.for a I CPC request an adoption request.can be sent if legal clearances having.granted you can send multiple requests.for different placement record for.different placement resources for the.same child.understand at 100 B form so we talked.about this form before the 100 B.confirms that an approved placement is.made in accordance with the compact this.is where we send this form to notify the.state that the child's been placed and.we want supervision to begin this form.also is a withdrawal of a request prior.to a home study it also indicates if a.replay I'm sorry if an approval resource.will not be used you can also report.changes in the placement resource our.changes in the type of care changes in.address and we also use the ones your be.to close the case so let's look at the.checklist for ICP see this is an orca on.a DSS 5255 form so this checklist is a.great tool to ensure you to have a.complete eye CPC packet it's easy to.follow and all the forms are very.user-friendly to complete we talked.about the 100 a and then 100 B form.already and remember when you sending in.a request for a regulation 1 you do need.to include a 100 B to ensure that.continuous supervision of the placement.when you submit in your current custody.order and make sure it is a signed order.what we're looking for here is that it.indicates who has jurisdiction and.placement responsibilities for the child.you want to include a current case.history of the child you need to also.complete the DSS 5251 which is a.financial medical plan when completing.this form it kind of gives you some.guidance to select only one type of plan.so the financial medical form is.completed per child for a request that.includes siblings.it is so with this farm do financial.responsibilities will always primarily.be your agency responsibility until the.course has terminated jurisdiction.already cases clothes even if the.placement resource is supporting the.child's needs the current case plan you.need to include your family services.agreement you also need to be completing.the DSS 18:40 which is the case manager.statement and it must be signed by both.the social worker and supervisor we want.you to use the case manager statement as.a screen and other placement resource.it's kind of your vet end to kind of.make sure that the placement resource is.appropriate for the child Winston in a.regulation 7 expedited request there is.a separate case manager statement that.you need to complete for reg 7 you also.need to complete the priority home study.request form and provide the order of.compliance with the DSS 52:52 form.rebecca talked about the supervision.forms that you can also use when.providing supervision and that is the.DSS 5331 and a 53-32 forms so it's.always good to use this as your.checklist when you're putting your.packets together at the bottom there's.some additional guidance that kind of.told you how to sort the packet you want.to make sure that you're sending in.three complete identical packets with an.annual request.let's talk about electronic processing.this is exciting.so public raw 115 123 which is family.first prevention services Act required.States to develop an electronic.interstate case processing system and.that is what refer refer to as nice the.national electronic interstate compact.Enterprise effective December 3rd 2018.North Carolina implemented nice this.allows our state to an office to quickly.and securely exchange data and required.documents across state lines they really.help streamline the process across.states and allows for quick access to.state updates or case updates the next.slide will share which states are using.Neath the states we work with the most.would be Florida Georgia Maryland New.York Ohio and South Carolina NC fast we.also began using NC fast December 3rd.2018 in this office electronic.processing with up for I CPC currently.we have 11 pilot counties those pilot.counties include Richmond Sampson Rowan.Rockingham Guilford Orange Catawba.Franklin Macon Chatham and Dare.non-pilot counties will continue to use.our manual process to send in their icy.pack I CPC request NC fast communicates.directly with nice.so we want to share our data to just.show you how much work we are doing at.our office and this table shows our data.for one month during the second quarter.of state fiscal year 2018 you can see.relative studies there about 37 percent.of our work followed by foster care and.then parent requests so about 75 percent.of our work is done with our County DSS.agencies we are a very busy office our.next slide will show you who is assigned.to your County you've got the phone.number and the email address and you can.print this at the believeth in the.handouts and and keep it with you and.then you'll have the most up-to-date.contact information for your consultant.we did want to share our deputy compact.administrator and this is our supervisor.a Carla McNeil and here is the contact.information for her as well along with.our web our web page and our next slide.will list some of the resources where.you can find our policy manual for ICPC.you can find our DSS forms that we've.referred to we also share the ICPC state.pages and that that's a really helpful.website if you're thinking about doing.some work with the state of florida or.virginia you can go here to this website.and find out what does this state.require as you know some states require.licensure for relatives and some don't.and so some states have different.financial medical arrangements and this.page is really helpful we use it a lot.in our office to tell us what is another.state looking for when sending a request.all right so we are gonna take a few.more questions while Althea and Rebecca.are looking or those questions I do want.to again point you to those handouts.that you have that you downloaded at the.beginning of this webinar there were a.lot of references to them and they can.be helpful as well as the resources that.are on there and then the information.that's in the slides is also included so.that you have that information so I do.you want to go back and answer a few.more of these questions and instead of.answering those on the fly those will.probably be questions that we go back.and actually look at the specifics so.that we can get you the best answer for.us to pull that information together so.that you really have a good answer to.your question and not just you know what.our prisoners so one question that I do.want to go ahead and ask who determines.when a relative placement has to become.licensed foster care is it based on the.receiving States request or the sending.state so the sending state will has the.authority to make decisions for that.child and if they sent us a request for.relative care then that's what we do but.if they've sent us a request for.licensure then we do need to honor that.request regardless of what our policy.states about that particular relative.when you're sending a request to another.state they may have requirements about.relative needing to be licensed prior to.placement and so I refer to that would.refer you to that state page ICPC state.pages so that you can be sure what is it.that the state with a resource list what.are they what are their requirements.and I think that information actually.might be helpful with quite a few.questions that we have that are.specifically around you know the process.of licensing and is it a process that.they have to go through and so really.referring to you know who's the sending.they state who's the receiving state and.what are the guidelines in that state.can really answer a lot of these.questions and again the follow-up.document will more closely make sure.that we answer that so another question.that we had that came up that might be.helpful to go ahead and cover.once the I CPC request has been denied.and we're notified by DHR to close the.case whose responsibility is it to.notify the placement resource that they.were denied hello this is Althea so if.you are to send in state and you receive.a notification that your placement was.denied you as the agency should be.notifying your placement resource of.that decision by the other state all.right thank you.next question has the State website been.updated with all current forms yes that.website is up-to-date.all right good information to know now.what I will say is we have a handful of.questions here about niece that are.related and probably answering one of.them will answer quite a few of them.so has anice been presented to local.counties as an option for options for.processing ICPC claims this is the first.time I've heard of it so I will explain.this so I see PC is using niece to.communicate with other states so it's.not a platform for a county to.communicate with our office it's it's.the communication between States and.we're using it for those 27 states that.are listed on that on the slide that we.show.and see fast is the electronic.processing system for counties and as.County as that rolls out the counties.they'll be using or you'll be using NC.FS to electronically submit to our state.office and we'll be using East and.states are coming on board at different.times so that's exciting for us our.questions are continuing to come in our.the regulation seven criteria a through.D all necessary are required or is a.single one of these sufficient this is.something a so it is if you're referring.to the order of appliance in the.regulation seven it is one of those.conditions alright thank you for that.clarification I'll see you this the NCI.CPC office have a master list of states.that specifically require licensure and.all I CPC requests hello so we typically.refer to the I CPC state pages website.to keep an update some states change.when when they require licensure so we.ourselves have to always kind of refer.back to the I CPC state page to make.sure you know what the latest.requirement is for a state so we don't.really have a master list because it's.always changing from state to state.you.all right we're still tracking some of.these questions that are coming in and.again some of the ones that are very.specific I'll have to make sure we get.to you in the follow-up document we had.quite a few questions again about knees.and getting access but I believe we've.gotten the answers to those to you on.what that process will look like I see.well the question that I don't know.we've answered if we are the receiving.state and the resource placement was.denied who notifies the placement.resource so if North Carolina or your.DSS has completed a home study and is.not able to approve that resource you.should notify that resource then you.would send us the home study and we will.send that to the sending state Thank You.Rebecca um and one of the question came.in related to NC fast and nice and.should we clarify this so if we're not.an NC fast pilot county will the I CPC.office still be using the nice program.for those 28 states that you mentioned.yes okay all right so I believe for all.of the questions that have come in so.far either we've answered with content.or we've answered other questions that.were similar or possibly they're.specifics that we will have to get back.to you on with follow-up information so.what I would like for everyone to do and.to think about is with this time that.we've spent together I want you to think.about something that you will do to.apply what you've learned today so if.you could type into the chat one thing.that you will do in response to what.you've learned today so I'll give.everyone.a little bit of time to do that and as.some of you are in groups and may need.to talk amongst yourselves to come up.with what you would like to put here.alright so while a few of you are still.adding in your information on what you.would like to do in response to what.you've learned today it looks like quite.a few of you have pulled out some really.good resources so one that I will.mention is a lot of you said you want to.review the ICPC State page and both.Rebecca and out the have emphasized that.how helpful that really has been for.some counties so that is one good thing.for you to be able to review so when you.have questions you can refer to and.again as I said it's something that you.know can constantly change so it may be.that you know an answer to the question.it really is good as an idea good idea.to go in and look up what those.guidelines are a lot of people send.information about sharing within your.teams and I do just want to remind you.that sharing the you know the handouts.and five is great and that the recording.of the webinar will be on NC SW learn as.well as FCR P's website so if there's.specific information that you want to.point them to there then that can also.be helpful also the mention of nice I.think it was new or information for a.lot of you to know that that may be.something that's coming your way and so.hopefully we clarified some questions.you had around Neath and NC 5 and what.that will look like and then also using.the checklist that's provided and some.of those resources that were provided a.few of you pointed that information out.as something that you could go ahead and.do in response to what you learned and.so I think that could be one really.helpful resource as well and again that.follow-up document with questions will.be coming out will be sent via email to.everyone that is registered for this.webinar and we'll have all the questions.even the ones that we answered it will.have all the questions on there with it.to them in some specifics sometimes it.may be hard to tell from a question if.it's around a sending state or a.receiving state so we want to make sure.that we can get all the information pull.together for you so that we can have.good information as you'll see we have.Alfia and Rebekah contact information on.the screen so if you need to contact.them you see their email there and then.also in the handouts there was.information about contacting those.people that are assigned for your area.

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