Youth-In-Custody (YIC)

Overview

The Utah YIC line item was created by the legislature. The first contracts between the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) and local school districts were initiated in 1979. The delivery of services via the YIC line item has since grown in sophistication and quality.

YIC Blog
Utah Education Network (UEN)

Financial

Indirect Costs: Fiscal Year Rates
Utah State Board of Education (USBE) Financial Operations

Regulation 

R277-700
The Elementary and Secondary School General Core

R277-709
Education Programs Serving YIC

R277-714
Dissemination of Information About Juvenile Offenders

R277-716
Alternative Language Services for Utah Students

R277-720
Child Nutrition Programs

R277-725
Electronic High School

R277-750
Education Programs for Students with Disabilities

R277-911
Secondary Career and Technical Education

Titles

Title R495
Human Services, Administration

Title R497
Human Services, Administration, Administrative Hearings

Title R501
Human Services, Administration, Administrative Services, Licensing

Title R512
Human Services, Child and Family Services

Title R515
Human Services, Child Protection Ombudsman (Office of)

Title R523
Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Title R525
Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health, State Hospital

Title R539
Human Services, Services for People with Disabilities

Title R547
Human Services, Juvenile Justice Services

Title R549
Human Services, Public Guardian (Office of)

Utah Coordinating Council for Youth in Care (UCCYIC)

The State Coordinating Council for Youth In Custody was established by the Department of Human Services and the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) pursuant to a directive by the 1979 Utah State Legislature, codified in section Utah Code Title 53A-1-403, Utah Code Annotated. The Council operates under guidelines developed and approved by the two sponsoring state agencies, the Department of Human Services, and USBE.

UCCYIC Members 2017-2018