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Ohio Ensured That Allegations and Referrals of Abuse and Neglect of Children Eligible for Title IV-E Foster Care Payments Were Recorded and Investigated in Accordance With State Requirements as Required by Federal Law

The State agency ensured that allegations and referrals of abuse and neglect for children in foster care covered by Title IV-E of the Act were recorded, investigated, and resolved in accordance with State requirements as required by Federal law.

Filed under: Administration for Children and Families