Title 22 Regulations
The California Code of Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules which are sometimes called administrative law and utilized by California state agencies. These regulations are reviewed, approved, and made available to the public by the Office of Administrative Law (OAL), and are also filed with the Secretary of State. Title 22 covers the subject of Social Security. The Title 22 regulations apply to all community care facilities regulated by the Community Care Licensing Division except where specifically exempted and are available by clicking the link above.
Interim Licensing Standards are a set of rules that are issued by the California Department of Social Services as an operational tool to implement a law that was recently passed. These Standards will be replaced with Title 22 regulation once written and approved.
Foster Family Agencies
Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program (STRTP)
Youth Homelessness Prevention Centers
Assembly Bill (AB) 12 Nonminor Dependents in Foster Care
Interim Licensing Standards for Nonminor Dependents in Foster Care (AB 12)
Temporary Shelter Care Facilities (TSCF)
Community Care Reform TSCF Page
The Evaluator Manual provides a self-contained resource for the application and enforcement of laws, policies and procedures. Utilizing one reference source ensures statewide consistency in the administration of the licensing program. The Evaluator Manual is also used to train new employees of the Community Care Licensing Division's Regional Offices and the county offices that contract with the State to administer the Family Child Care Home and the Foster Family Home programs. The term "Evaluator" is used throughout the manual and includes both State and county licensing workers. State licensing evaluators are referred to as Licensing Program Analysts.
Evaluator Manual - Reference Material and Comprehensive Evaluation Tools
Evaluator Manual - Regulation Interpretations and Procedures
Evaluator Manual - Appendices and Chaptered Legislation
Evaluator Manual Updates
California Law consists of 29 codes, covering various subject areas, the State Constitution and Statutes. The California Health and Safety Code is the code covering the subject areas of health and safety. The California laws found in Health and Safety Code are the basis for Title 22 regulations.
Decisions Relied Upon as Precedent
CCLD Information Releases
AB 1695 Q & A
Community Care Licensing Division Statewide Children's Residential Program Office
744 P Street, MS 9-14-880
Sacramento, CA 95814Telephone: (916) 651-5380
Children's Residential Regional Offices
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