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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2534

PUBLIC LAW 100-505—OCT. 18, 1988 sources, and Federal, State, and local resources, to establish and maintain such services.

4 USC 6 0 note TITLE I—FOSTER CARE AND RESIDEN2 7 TIAL CARE OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN ABANDONED IN HOSPITALS SEC. 101. ESTABLISHMENT OF PROGRAM OF DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS.

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(a) IN GENERAL.—The Secretary of Health and Human Services may make grants to public and nonprofit private entities for the purpose of developing, implementing, and operating projects to demonstrate methods— (1) to prevent the abandonment of infants and young children; (2) to identify and address the needs of abandoned infgints and young children, particularly those with acquired immune deficiency syndrome; (3) to assist abandoned infants and young children, particularly those with acquired immune deficiency s3nidrome, to reside with their natural families or in foster care, as appropriate; (4) to recruit, train, and retain foster families for abandoned infants and young children, particularly those with acquired immune deficiency syndrome; (5) to carry out residential care programs for abandoned infants and young children, particularly those with acquired immune deficiency sjmdrome; (6) to carry out programs of respite care for families and foster families of infants and young children with acquired immune deficiency s3aidrome; and (7) to recruit and train health and social services personnel to work with families, foster care families, and residential care programs for abandoned infants and young children, particularly those with acquired immune deficiency syndrome, (b) CASE PLAN WFTH RESPECT TO FOSTER CARE.—The Secretary

may not make a grant under subsection (a) unless the applicant for the grant agrees that, if the applicant expends the grant to carry out any program of providing care to infants and young children in foster homes or in other nonmedical residential settings away from their parents, the applicant will ensure that— (1) a case plan of the t3rpe described in paragraph (1) of section 475 of the Social Security Act is developed for each such infant and young child (to the extent that such infant and young child is not otherwise covered by such a plan); and (2) the program includes a case review system of the type described in paragraph (5) of such section (covering each such infant and young child who is not otherwise subject to such a system). (c) ADMINISTRATION OF GRANT.—The Secretary may not make a grant under subsection (a) unless the applicant for the grant agrees— (1) to use the funds provided under this section only for the purposes specified in the application submitted to, and approved by, the Secretary pursuant to subsection (d);