A. The licensee shall ensure compliance with all regulations for licensed child-placing agencies and terms of the current license issued by the department; and with relevant federal, state, or local laws and relevant regulations.
B. The licensee shall comply with its own policies and procedures.
C. The licensee shall give evidence of financial
responsibility. D. C. The licensee shall be of good character
and reputation as defined in 22VAC40-80-10. E. D. The licensee shall meet the requirements
specified in 22VAC40-191, Background Checks for Child Welfare Agencies. F. E. The licensee shall meet the requirements
specified in 22VAC40-80, General Procedures and Information for Licensure. G. F. The licensee shall maintain sufficient
funds to ensure operation in compliance with this chapter. The licensee
shall develop a budget for a period of 12 months of operation. H. G. The licensee shall ensure that the
child-placing agency makes and maintains such records and other information as
required by this chapter. The licensee shall submit, or make available for
inspection to the department's representative, records, reports, and other
information as necessary to assist the department in determining the licensee's
compliance with this chapter and applicable law. I. H. The licensee shall allow the department's
representative to interview the licensee's employees and individuals under its
custody, control, direction, or supervision. J. I. The licensee shall at all times allow the
department's representative reasonable opportunities to conduct announced and
unannounced inspections of the licensee's approved homes. K. J. The licensee shall:
1. Correct any areas of noncompliance found during inspections;
2. Take necessary actions to prevent reoccurrence of noncompliance; and
3. Make and implement necessary revisions to its policies and procedures.
L. K. The licensee shall not disseminate, or
cause directly or indirectly to be disseminated, statements regarding services
that are untrue, deceptive, or misleading. M. L. The licensee shall ensure that
information, brochures, and materials distributed or available to the public
contain accurate and updated information. N. M. The licensee shall maintain ultimate
responsibility for the health, safety, and well-being of children under its
custody, control, and direction and shall ensure that an on-call licensee
representative is available 24 hours a day 7 days each week to receive contacts
from foster parents, children, and other staff of placement settings in which
children have been placed by the licensee. The licensee shall provide
interventions and follow-up services, as necessary.