This chapter focuses on Missouri Department of Social Services Title 13 Code of State Regulations Division 35 Children’s Division.
Chapter 30 – Voluntary Placement Agreement
Chapter 31 – Child Abuse
- 13 CSR 35-31.010 Definitions
- 13 CSR 35-31.015 Investigations Involving a Conflict of Interest
- 13 CSR 35-31.020 Screening and Classification of Child Abuse/Neglect Hotline
- 13 CSR 35-31.025 Child Abuse and Neglect Review
- 13 CSR 35-31.027 Juveniles with Problem Sexual Behaviors
- 13 CSR 35-31.050 Consent to Termination of Parental Rights and/or Adoption
Chapter 32 – Child Care
- 13 CSR 35-32.010 Basis of Payment (Rescinded August 30, 2017)
- 13 CSR 35-32.020 Foster Care Case Management Contracts
- 13 CSR 35-32.030 Contracted Foster Care Case Management Costs
- 13 CSR 35-32.040 Hand-Up Pilot Program
- 13 CSR 35-32.050 Definitions
- 13 CSR 35-32.060 Eligibility and Authorization for Child Care
- 13 CSR 35-32.070 Registration Requirements for Child Care Providers Serving Four (4) or Less Unrelated Children
- 13 CSR 35-32.090 Registration Requirements for Licensed Child Care Facilities to Contract for State or Federal Child Care Funds
- 13 CSR 35-32.100 Participant Overpayments
- 13 CSR 35-32.110 Child Care Provider Overpayments
- 13 CSR 35-32.120 Regulatory and Contractual Violations of Registered Child Care Providers
- 13 13 CSR 35-32.130 Recordkeeping
Chapter 34 – Homeless, Dependent and Neglected Children (KIDS)
Chapter 36 – Alternative Care Review Board
Chapter 38 – Adoption and Guardianship Subsidy
- 13 CSR 35-38.010 Adoption and Guardianship Subsidy
- 13 CSR 35-38.011 Definition of Guardianship Services
- 13 CSR 35-38.021 Provision of Guardianship Services
- 13 CSR 35-38.030 Definition of Adoption Services
- 13 CSR 35-38.040 Provision of Adoption Services
Chapter 50 – Licensing – Accreditation
Chapter 60 – Licensing of Foster Family Homes
- 13 CSR 35-60.010 Family Homes Offering Foster Care; This rule provides the definitions and process for licensure.
- 13 CSR 35-60.020 Capacity of Foster Homes; This rule tells the ages and number of children to be kept in a foster home. It also lists the exceptions.
- 13 CSR 35-60.030 Minimum Qualifications of Foster Parent(s); This rule explains who can qualify to be a foster parent. It gives the health requirements, standards of living, and personal information required. The minimum qualifications for approval of an individual to be licensed are provided including competencies, training, and assessment content.
- 13 CSR 35-60.040 Physical Standards of Foster Homes; This rule explains what is required in a physical structure and location. It further describes sleeping arrangements and fire and safety requirements including weapon safety.
- 13 CSR 35-60.050 Care of Children; This rule describes the quality of care to be provided by foster parents. It further lists the division’s expectations concerning education and training, moral and religious training, discipline, chores and work, recreation and leisure, earning and spending money, supervision, and transportation. Responsibilities of foster parents to the legal custodian are also listed.
- 13 CSR 35-60.060 Records and Reports; This rule requires that foster parents keep records on children placed in their care. The division’s assistance is required in this matter. The record’s contents are listed in this rule.
- 13 CSR 35-60.070 Foster Care Services for Youth with Elevated Needs; This rule defines Foster Care Services for Youth with Elevated Needs.
- 13 CSR 35-60.080 Licensing Standard Waivers for Relative Resource Providers; This rule describes the waiver of certain non-safety foster home licensing standards to be granted on a case-by-case basis for relatives to become licensed as relative resource providers.
- 13 CSR 35-60.090 Denial or Revocation of License; This rule addresses the procedures for license denial or revocation and the right for a hearing for a foster parent who is aggrieved by denial or revocation of his/her license, as required by section 210.526, RSMo.
- 13 CSR 35-60.100 Foster Care Services for Youth with Elevated Medical Needs; This rule defines foster care services for youth with elevated medical needs.
- 13 CSR 35-60.110 Removal of a Parent from a Foster Family License; This rule explains the process to remove one (1) foster parent from a foster family home license.
Chapter 71 – Licensing Rules for Residential Treatment Agencies for Children and Youth
- 13 CSR 35-71.010 Definitions
- 13 CSR 35-71.020 Basic Residential Treatment for Children and Youth Core Requirements (Applicable To All Agencies)—Basis for Licensure and Licensing Procedures
- 13 CSR 35-71.025 Exemption of Religious Residential Treatment for Children and Youth Operating Sites
- 13 CSR 35-71.030 Hearings and Judicial Review
- 13 CSR 35-71.035 Court Review and Dispositional Hearing
- 13 CSR 35-71.040 Organization and Administration
- 13 CSR 35-71.045 Personnel
- 13 CSR 35-71.050 Staff Qualifications and Requirements
- 13 CSR 35-71.060 Social Services Program
- 13 CSR 35-71.070 Protection and Care of the Child
- 13 CSR 35-71.075 Health Care
- 13 CSR 35-71.080 Buildings, Grounds and Equipment
- 13 CSR 35-71.090 Record Keeping
- 13 CSR 35-71.100 Specific Rules for Basic Care Agencies Providing Care for Infant, Toddler, or Preschool Age Children (Birth Through Age Six (6)
- 13 CSR 35-71.110 Child Care Program
- 13 CSR 35-71.120 Specific Rules for Residential Treatment Agencies for Children and Youth Providing Maternity Care
- 13 CSR 35-71.130 Specialized Standards—Residential Treatment for Children and Youth
- 13 CSR 35-71.140 Specialized Standards For Intensive Residential Treatment for Children and Youth
Chapter 80 – Payment of Residential Facilities
- 13 CSR 35-80.010 Residential Foster Care Maintenance
- 13 CSR 35-80.020 Residential Care Agency Cost Reporting System
Chapter 100 – Tax Credits
- 13 CSR 35-100.010 Residential Treatment Agency Tax
- 13 CSR 35-100.020 Pregnancy Resource Center Tax Credit
- 13 CSR 35-100.030 Developmental Disability Care Provider Tax Credit