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Exhibit 13 – Attachment II
See Children’s Services Manual, Chapter 6, Section 21 Facilitating Payment to Resource Families Providing
Foster Care for more information.
Revision effective March 1, 2009
State of Arizona
Administration for Children, Youth & Families
Family Foster Home Care Rates and Fees Schedule
Rates effective March 1, 2009
Licensed Foster Home Rates (Non-Relative and Kinship Foster Care) Service Group: Foster Care
Service Type
Category
Service Type
Description
Age Range Daily Rate Daily Clothing
Allowance
Daily Personal
Allowance
Daily Total
FAM FHM
DAY/Basic
Foster Care 0-12 mos. $19.68 $0.53 $2.10* $22.31
FAM FHM
DAY/Basic
Foster Care 1-2 years $19.68 $0.53 $0.95** $21.16
FAM FHM
DAY/Basic
Foster Care 3-5 years $19.68 $0.53 $0.10 $20.31
FAM FHM
DAY/Basic
Foster Care 6-11 years $19.68 $0.79 $0.33 $20.80
FAM FHM
DAY/Basic
Foster Care 12-18+ years $21.72 $1.02 $0.72 $23.46
Rates for children approved at higher levels of care.
SP2 Level Foster Care
Special 2
0-12 mos. $23.52 $0.53 $2.10* $26.15
SP2 Level Foster Care
Special 2
1-2 years $23.52 $0.53 $0.95** $25.00
SP2 Level Foster Care
Special 2
3-5 years $23.52 $0.53 $0.10 $24.15
SP2 Level Foster Care
Special 2
6-11 years $23.52 $0.79 $0.33 $24.64
SP2 Level Foster Care
Special 2
12-18+ years $23.52 $1.02 $0.72 $25.26
SP3 Level Foster Care
Special 3
0-12 mos. $29.94 $0.53 $2.10* $32.57
SP3 Level Foster Care
Special 3
1-2 years $29.94 $0.53 $0.95** $31.42
SP3 Level Foster Care
Special 3
3-5 years $29.94 $0.53 $0.10 $30.57
SP3 Level Foster Care
Special 3
6-11 years $29.94 $0.79 $0.33 $31.06
SP3 Level Foster Care
Special 3
12-18+ years $29.94 $1.02 $0.72 $31.68
FAM FHM
MED FRG
FFMF
Foster Care
Medically
Fragile
0-12 mos. $35.75 $0.53 $2.10* $38.38
FAM FHM
MED FRG
FFMF
Foster Care
Medically
Fragile
1-2 years $35.75 $0.53 $0.95** $37.23
FAM FHM
MED FRG
FFMF
Foster Care
Medically
Fragile
3-5 years $35.75 $0.53 $0.10 $36.38
FAM FHM
MED FRG
FFMF
Foster Care
Medically
Fragile
6-11 years $35.75 $0.79 $0.33 $36.87
FAM FHM
MED FRG
FFMF
Foster Care
Medically
Fragile
12-18+ years $35.75 $1.02 $0.72 $37.49
*For diapers and formula **For diapers
Daily rates are determined by the age of the child on the first day of the month.
Exhibit 13- Attachment II
See Children’s Services Manual, Chapter 21, Section 21 Facilitating Payment to Resource Families Providing
Foster Care for more information.
Revision effective March 1, 2009
Unlicensed Kinship Foster Care (Relative Providers) Service Group: Foster Care
Service Type Service Type
Description
Age Range Daily Clothing
Allowance
Daily Personal
Allowance
Daily Total
Kinship Foster Care URED 0-12 mos. $0.53 $2.10* $2.63
(Unlicensed Relative) 1-2 years $0.53 $0.95** $1.48
Or 3-5 years $0.53 $0.10 $0.63
Kinship Foster Care URAD 6-11 years $0.79 $0.33 $1.12
Licensed applied for 12-18+ years $1.02 $0.72 $1.74
*For diapers and formula **For diapers
Unlicensed Non-Relative Providers Service Group: Foster Care
Service Type Service Type
Description
Age Range Daily Clothing
Allowance
Daily Personal
Allowance
Daily Total
Unlicensed URN 0-12 mos. $0.53 $2.10* $2.63
Non-Relatives 1-2 years $0.53 $0.95** $1.48
3-5 years $0.53 $0.10 $0.63
6-11 years $0.79 $0.33 $1.12
12-18+ years $1.02 $0.72 $1.74
*For diapers and formula **For diapers
Auxiliary Payments and Special Allowances/Supplemental Financial Supports
Service Group: Allowances
Service Type Service Type
Description
Uses, Maximum Amounts and Qualifiers
Approval levels are designated in CHILDS.
EMRG CLTH ALLOW Emergency Clothing $150 maximum per state fiscal year. Independent Living Subsidy
program youth are not eligible for this allowance.
EMRG CLTH EXTRA Emergency Clothing -
Extra
$100 maximum per state fiscal year. (examples: Fire, Flood, Theft)
Independent Living Subsidy program youth are not eligible for this
allowance.
BOOKS/EDUCATION Books Education
Expenses
$82.50 maximum per school year for all dependent children. For
books, supplies, course fees, student services and physical education
fees/equipment. May be approved for special pre-school and college
level, technical and vocational classes.
SUPP SCH TUIT Supplemental Extra
School Tuition and Fees
$165 maximum per session. For use during summer sessions or
interim sessions at year round schools.
GRADUATION Graduation Expenses $220 maximum. Available for High School only for cap, gown, ring,
yearbook, and other graduation related fees.
SPECIAL NEEDS Special Needs
Allowance
$22.50 maximum per state fiscal year. Available to assist foster
parents with expenses such as holidays, birthdays, and special
occasions. Independent Living Subsidy program youth are not eligible
for this allowance.
CAMP AND
VACATION
Camp and Vacation
Allowance
Suspended.
PASSPORT Passport Allowance Reimbursement for the actual cost of obtaining a passport book or
card. Receipts are required. Effective 1/1/09 and is a one time
reimbursement per child.
DIAPERS-SPECIAL Diapers - Special $62.50 maximum per month. This allowance must be authorized
monthly. Available with medical documentation for children who
require additional funds for diapers.
Auxiliary Payments and Special Allowances/Supplemental Financial Supports are available to licensed
family foster care providers and unlicensed kinship and non-relative providers.

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Please make note that I, Jessica Lynn Hepner the creator of What Every Parent Should Know, is not giving legal advice. I am not a lawyer. I am giving you knowledge via first hand experiences.

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