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Session Laws, 2007
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Ch. 133
Martin O'Malley, Governor
CHAPTER 133 (Senate Bill 177) AN ACT concerning Residential Child Care Programs - Out-of-Home Placement - Standards for
Staff and System for Outcomes Evaluation FOR the purpose of requiring the Department of Juvenile Services, the Department of
Human Resources, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the
Governor's Office for Children to adopt certain regulations to require certain
staff members of certain residential child care programs to meet certain
qualifications; requiring the Department of Juvenile Services, the Department
of Human Resources, and the Governor's Office for Children to develop,
coordinate, and implement a certain system of outcomes evaluation; specifying
the uses of the system for outcomes evaluation; requiring the system for
outcomes evaluation to use certain measures for a certain purpose; requiring
the Governor's Office for Children, the Department of Juvenile Services, and the
Department of Human Resources to consult with the University of Maryland,
Baltimore, in planning and implementing the system for outcomes evaluation;
establishing certain requirements for the system for outcomes evaluation;
providing that the Department of Juvenile Services and the Department of
Human Resources may not disclose personal identifiers and must ensure
confidentiality of certain information when reporting certain information and
data; requiring the Governor's Office for Children, in coordination with the
Department of Juvenile Services and the Department of Human Resources, to
submit a certain report to the Governor and the General Assembly on or before
a certain date; requiring the Governor's Office for Children, the Department of
Juvenile Services, the Department of Human Resources, and the Department of
Health and Mental Hygiene, in cooperation with representatives of certain
programs and certain groups, to develop certain regulations and certain
recommendations; requiring the Governor's Office for Children to report to the
General Assembly on certain recommendations on or before a certain date;
defining certain terms; and generally relating to residential child care
programs.
BY repealing and reenacting, without amendments,
Article Human Services
Section 8-101(a), (b), (c), (k), and (m)
Annotated Code of Maryland (As enacted by Chapter 3 (S.B. 6) of the Acts of the General Assembly of 2007)
BY adding to
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