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 Admission Policy for the orphaned children


HUT America supports children who meet the following criteria: they are classified as AIDS infected, double-orphaned, dependent, neglected, or abused; they are from a lower socio-economic background; they have no other viable family placement alternative. Any admissions exceptions to these criteria shall be approved by the Executive Committee.

HUT America will support children of any age and will continue providing services beyond age 18 for youth pursuing further education; provided, however, that HUT India shall diligently pursue alternative placement for infants that are not a part of sibling groups and that the admission of children age 13 or over shall be approved by the Executive Committee. In emergency circumstances, where immediate placement is required, the Director of HUT India or his designee, upon consultation and approval by the Chairman of the HUT India Board or upon a favorable poll of Executive Committee members, may approve the admission of a child age 13 or over.

HUT America shall serve children without regard to race or creed, rearing them in a Christian setting in the Presbyterian tradition and providing for their physical, emotional, educational, social, recreational, and spiritual needs.

HUT America shall give preference for admission to sibling groups and to children who are referred through a church contact.

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