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HF2252: DHS Department Bill


Currently a parent can only receive state child care assistance if they are temporarily disabled. This bill allows a parent to receive child care assistance if they have a permanent disability. The bill also allows a child to remain in foster care until age 21 and allows continued payment (currently 18). Finally, the bill allows DHS to share information about starting a dependent adult abuse investigation with banks and other financial institutions if the person's finances are at risk. You can read the DHS memo on this bill here. Takes effect July 1, 2022.

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Last Modified: 08/05/2022

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