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Guide to State Laws on Child Abuse and Neglect (Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Collection, Vol 3)

a descriptive catalogue c. AD 850-1800

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        LC ClassificationsSeptember 1986
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        Paginationxvi, 134 p. :
        Number of Pages86
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        ISBN 100930287010
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Confidentiality of Department Information and Records

3, and only to a person or agency representative who is subject to standards of confidentiality comparable to those of the Division and only to a party who presents a reasonable demonstration of the need to know the information requested, for example, information needed to provide medical, psychological or social services to the child or family, except when restricted by law or N.

Conversely, when CAPTA provisions merely permit disclosure but do not require it, confidential information held by the Department shall remain protected. A client currently or formerly receiving services is entitled to inspect or copy his own records as they relate to financial eligibility for or receipt of services or assistance. Confidentiality provisions are binding on all Department employees as well as volunteers, interns, and individuals under the authority of the Department.

Disclosure of Client Information

Under these provisions, a request for release of confidential client records shall be made in writing, and identify the specific information requested as well as the intended uses for the information.obtain a letter of introduction on CASA letterhead, ask to see an identification card, etc.

Confidential Client Information Generally Confidentiality is an essential element in the relationship between the clients we serve and the agencies within this Department. If a child re-enters placement due to an adoption dissolution and the Child Placement Review Board requests historical information regarding the child, the CPRB should first attempt to secure this information from its own records or from the CPRB in the county where the child resided before the adoption.

RESPONSIBILITY AND PROCEDURES Each division within this Department is permitted to establish policy in furtherance of the general principles set forth in this Administrative Order and pursuant to and in conformity with federal and State laws and regulations.

However, there are instances where disclosure of health information is permitted without written authority. Vol 3) requesting records or information not specifically listed on the Judiciary form, describe the records or information sought and state the justification for the request.

The general privacy rule is that the Department will not disclose client health information without written authorization from the client, parent, or legal guardian.which office unitsee the sections entitled Procedures for Release of Client Information to Persons Other than the Client through Disclosure of HIV Information, above.