9 CRR-NY 182-2.17NY-CRR

OFFICIAL COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 9. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT
SUBTITLE E. OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
PART 182. RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH REGULATIONS
SUBPART 182-2. RUNAWAY AND HOMELESS YOUTH REGULATIONS FOR TRANSITIONAL INDEPENDENT LIVING SUPPORT PROGRAMS
9 CRR-NY 182-2.17
9 CRR-NY 182-2.17
182-2.17 Optional services.
(a) A non-residential transitional independent living support program may provide non-residential crisis intervention services to youth in need of such services.
(b) A certified residential transitional independent living support program may provide non-residential crisis intervention services and residential respite services to youth; provided however that residential respite services may be provided for more than 21 days notwithstanding the limitations set forth in paragraph (i) of subdivision (d) of section 735 of the Family Court Act.
(c) A certified residential transitional independent living support program may provide residential services to homeless youth under the age of 16 only when serving such youth is authorized under the applicable municipality’s approved comprehensive plan and the municipality provides, through its runaway and homeless youth service coordinator or other designee, written notice, within 60 days, to the office of the circumstances that made the provision of shelter to each such youth necessary, efforts made by the program to find suitable alternative living arrangements for such youth, and the outcome of such efforts. If the office determines such shelter was inappropriate, the office may instruct the program on how to seek a more suitable alternative living arrangement.
(d) A transitional independent living support program may provide services to homeless young adults when serving such youth is authorized in the applicable municipality’s approved comprehensive plan.
9 CRR-NY 182-2.17
Current through March 15, 2021
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