Youth-In-Custody (YIC)

Group of Teens Outside with Cell Phones and LaptopsOverview

Youth-In-Custody (YIC) education services at the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) provides services and interventions for individuals under the age of 21 who are in custody of or receiving services from the Utah Department of Human Services or an equivalent Native American tribe, or who are being held in a juvenile detention facility.

Through contracts with local school districts, we provide educational administrative and support services for eligible students. We are committed to providing equitable educational experiences and quality learning opportunities for students in a variety of custody situations and placement settings.


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


Utah Legislation

Utah Office of Administrative Rules:

Utah Coordinating Council for Youth in Care (UCCYIC)

The UCCYIC was established by the Department of Human Services (DHS) and the Utah State Board of Education (USBE) pursuant to a directive by the 1979 Utah State Legislature:

The Council operates under guidelines developed and approved by the two sponsoring state agencies, DHS and USBE.

UCCYIC Members 2017-2018


Utah Department of Human Services Licensing