When a child has been adjudicated to be neglected or dependent, the Court shall enter a decree of disposition. When the decree does not terminate parental rights, it shall include 1 or more of the following provisions which the Court finds appropriate:
(a) The Court may place the child in the legal custody of 1 or both parents or the guardian, with or without protective supervision, under conditions the Court may impose, under 45.0346.
(b) The Court may place the child in the legal custody of a relative or other suitable person, with or without protective supervision, under conditions the Court may impose, under 45.0346.
(c) The Court may place legal custody in a child placement agency for placement in a family care home, the department of health, or other child care facility.
(d) The Court may order that the child be examined or treated by a physician, surgeon, psychiatrists, or psychologist or that he receive other special care and may place the child in a suitable facility for those purposes.History: 1980, PL 16-71 § 1
Research Guide: CRS 19-3-111.