Federal, State & County Orders

COVID-19
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California Executive Orders

State Guidance Re: COVID-19

  • ACL 20-100 (August 26, 2020) Utilization of Temporary Shelter Care Facility on an Emergency Basis (E-TSCF) for COVID-19 as a Placement of Last Resort

  • ACIN I-62-20 (August 13, 2020) Clarification Of The State’s Face Covering Order In Children’s Residential Facilities
  • ACL 20-91 (August 7, 2020) Extension of Temporary, Limited Exceptions to Pre-COVID-19 In-Person Requirements Related To Complaint Investigations Within The Resource Family Approval (RFA) Program

  • ACL 20-86 (July 28, 2020) Revised Guidance for the RFA Program and Emergency Placements Due to COVID-19 Impacts

  • ACL 20-81 (July 9, 2020) Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) Related to Foster Care Eligibility and Funding During the Declared COVID-19 State of Emergency

  • ACIN I-50-20 (June 22, 2020) Public Health Guidance Related To COVID-19 For Home-Based Care and Congregate Care Facilities In Child Welfare Practice

  • ACL 20-58 (May 19, 2020) Child Welfare Reunification Assessments During the COVID-19 Related California State of Emergency

  • ACL 20-45 (April 18, 2020) Guidance Regarding Extended Foster Care Program Flexibilities Due To Covid-19 Impacts

  • ACL 20-44 (April 17, 2020)Emergency Placement And Rate Flexibilities To Support The Emergency Care And Placement Needs Of Children And Nonminor Dependents Due To Covid-19 Impacts

  • ACL 20-33 (March 31, 2020): Placement Preservation Guidance For County And Tribal Child Welfare Agencies, Probation Departments, And Children Residential Care Providers In The Event A Child Nonminor Dependent, Or Care Provider Is Exposed To, Presents Symptoms Of, Or Tests Positive For COVID-19

  • ACL 20-28 (March 28, 2020): Interim Guidance For Emergency Response Social Workers And Probation Officers During The Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) California State Of Emergency

  • PIN 20-06-CRP (Recommendations and Best Practices for Providers Related to Coronavirus Disease 2019 [COVID-19]) is available for viewing/downloading

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