Chapter 19. Child Care and Development Programs Subchapter 11. Resource and Referral Program Article 2. Resource and Referral Service Removal from Referral List; Notification of Temporary Suspension, License Revocation, or Probation.
(a) If the contractor is notified by the California Department of Social Services that a child care facility has been issued a temporary suspension order, had its license revoked, or has been placed on probation, the contractor shall, within two business days:
(1) Remove that facility from the referral list;
(2) Notify the following entities within the contractor's jurisdiction that a particular facility has been given a temporary suspension, had its license revoked, or has been placed on probation:
(A) Alternative Payment programs that operate under article 3 of the Education Code, commencing with section 8220;
(B) CalWORKs child care and development programs that operate under article 15.5 of the Education Code, commencing with section 8350, including county welfare departments that operate child care and development programs for families participating in CalWORKs Stage 1.
(3) The contractor shall notify the facility in writing that referrals have been discontinued. The notice shall include the reason(s) for the decision and shall inform the facility of the California Department of Social Services' process for appealing.
(b) The contractor shall document action taken pursuant to subdivision (a) above. The contractor shall retain the documentation and make it available to the California Department of Education upon request.
Education Code 8261
Education Code 8203
Education Code 8212
Education Code 8226
Health and Safety Code 1596.853
(Amended by Register 2005, No. 41.)