A. After the filing of a dependency petition, the court may order in-home intervention if all of the following are true:
1. The child has not been removed pursuant to article 9 of this chapter.
2. In-home intervention appears likely to resolve the risk issues described in paragraph 4 of this subsection.
3. The parent, guardian or custodian agrees to a case plan and participation in services.
4. One of the following conditions exists:
(a) The child is at risk of harm due to the inability or unwillingness of the parent, guardian or custodian to provide food, clothing, shelter or medical care.
(b) The parent, guardian or custodian is unable to provide proper care, control and supervision of the child.
B. The in-home intervention order may include a training or treatment plan for the parent, guardian or custodian and the child.
C. The in-home intervention shall include a specific time for completion of the in-home intervention, which shall not exceed one year without review and approval by the court. The court shall dismiss the dependency petition if the specific time for completion of the in-home intervention has expired without being extended by the court and a dependency adjudication hearing has not been set as provided in section 8-892.