Application Process for Re-certification
(1)Complete and submit all forms required by OYA;
(2)Provide information as requested by OYA to verify compliance with these rules;
(3)Participate in home studies as required by OYA;
(4)Provide documentation from the foster parent and all members of the household regarding all criminal arrests, all charges, restraining orders, and all convictions during the preceding year including juvenile delinquency arrests, adjudications, or charges, the dates of offenses, and the resolution of those matters;
(5)Provide documentation from the foster parent and all members of the household regarding all allegations or charges of abuse or neglect of vulnerable persons and youth offenders, with dates, locations, and resolutions of those matters;
(6)Provide proof of sufficient income to meet the needs and ensure the stability and financial security of the members of the household, independent of the foster care maintenance payment for the preceding year. OYA will request copies of pay stubs, W-2 forms, or recent tax returns as proof of income; and
(7)Participate in a criminal records check process, as defined by these rules and OAR chapter 416, division 800.
(a)OYA requires a criminal records check of all members of the household 18 years of age and older.
(b)The criminal records check of new members of the household must occur prior to the new member of the household establishing the foster home as a residence.
(c)OYA requires a computerized criminal records check for members of the household 12 through 17 years of age.
Rule 416-530-0035 — Application Process for Re-certification,