The Out of Home Care Branch focuses on children placed out of their home of origin assisting the cabinet in achieving safety, permanency, and well-being outcomes for children and families.
The branch is responsible for developing programs that support children's attainment of permanency and stability in their lives. Foster care, private child care placements, kinship care and interstate compact are all services within the branch that provide for a child's placement needs. Additionally, the Out of Home Care Branch develops standards of practice and services to support the child and their family while placed in out of home care.
Handling Allegations Against Your Resource Home
The Handling Allegations Against Your Resource Home brochure is intended for use as a guide to assist Resource Homes in coping with the potential crisis of a home investigation. This document is not intended to supersede or contradict the Cabinet for Health and Family Services’ policies and procedures. This document may be reproduced solely for nonprofit educational purposes or personal use.