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Oregon child protective services performance study

Oregon child protective services performance study

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Published by The Center in Portland, Me .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oregon. -- Children"s Services Division.,
  • Child welfare -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by National Child Welfare Resource Center for Management and Administration, Edmund S. Muskie Institute of Public Affairs, University of Southern Maine.
    ContributionsNational Child Welfare Resource Center for Management and Administration., Oregon. Legislative Assembly. Joint Legislative Audit Committee.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[435] p. in various pagings ;
    Number of Pages435
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15410556M

    States generally require a case plan when a child is placed in out-of-home care or when a child and his or her family are receiving any kind of in-home services to prevent placement. Topics covered include requirements for when a case plan is needed, participants in the case-planning process, and the types of information that must be included. link in the child protection system. Nearly three-quarters of all child abuse reports come from mandatory reporters. In many cases, those community members are the only people outside the immediate family who see children. The Oregon Child Abuse Hotline (SAFE) also accepts voluntary reports from individuals other than mandatory reporters.

    The overrepresentation of African-American and Native American children in the child welfare system is a troubling and complex phenomenon. Thirty-three percent of kids in foster care are African-American, but they make up only 15 percent of the child population.. Yet federal studies indicate that child abuse and neglect is actually lower for black families than it is for whites. (2)(a) The Department of Human Services shall take action to implement the provision of child protective services as outlined in ORS to and A and based on the recommendations in the “Oregon Child Protective Services Performance Study” published by the University of Southern Maine.

    Brief Overview of Child Welfare Services. The child protective services (CPS) system in Hawaii is administered by the state office in Oahu. The island of Hawaii is broken into two service districts, East Hawaii and West Hawaii. While West Hawaii has several subunits, all of East Hawaii is run out of Hilo. Child Protective Services Manual. The purpose of the New York State Child Protective Services Manual is to provide a comprehensive resource that incorporates current law, regulation, relevant guidelines, and procedures in the area of child protective services. This online manual is available as a PDF.


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Oregon child protective services performance study Download PDF EPUB FB2

As with the Child and Family Services Plan, Oregon is required to report on a number of performance Oregon child protective services performance study book as well as specific use of individual funding streams.

The Annual Progress and Service Report(APSR) is also an update to the Child and Family Services Plan, identifying progress on outlined plan goals and any changes to Oregon’s plan. Child Welfare Data Book (PDF - 1, KB) Oregon Department of Human Services, Office of Reporting, Research, Analytics and Implementation () Analyzes Oregon’s child welfare data across the child welfare continuum, from child protective services to adoption and guardianship.

Study conducted by the federally funded National Resource Center for Child Protective Services (NRCCPS) to provide an expert review of the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS) Children, Adults and Families (CAF) safety intervention system in comparison to the state of the art of Child Protective Services (CPS) safety intervention nationally.

child abuse and neglect by Child Protective Services (“CPS”). Every state has variances of CPS in one form or another. Some are called DCF, DHS, DSS, DCYS, DCFS, HRS, CYS and FIA, collectively known as “CPS” for the purposes of this handbook. The material in this handbookFile Size: KB.

Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers by Diane DePanfilis and Marsha K. Salus. The first edition of the manual was published in as Child Protection: Providing Ongoing Services by Cynthia K.

Ragan, Marsha K. Salus, and Gretchen L. Schultze. Prior editions contained material based on Child Protective Services: A Guide for.

Family Services Manual - Please see Chapter 7 Child Care Policy to help DHS staff carry out the child care program. Moving beyond foster care-- Racial equity and safe families for Oregon's children; Child Protective Services.

CPS Time - Fall ; What you can do about child abuse () - Dec. Report child abuse or neglect by calling the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline at SAFE (). Learn more about abuse reporting. For all other calls please contact your local childwelfare office.

**COVID Resources for Children and Families**. If you suspect a child is being abused, report to a Child Welfare screener by contacting SAFE (). Please be ready to provide identifying information and the whereabouts of the child if known.

If you suspect abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of. Report child abuse to the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline by calling SAFE ().The Oregon Child Abuse Hotline receives calls 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, days a year.

This toll free number allows you to report abuse of any child or adult to the Oregon Department of Human Services. (2) (a) The Department of Human Services shall take action to implement the provision of child protective services as outlined in ORS (Definitions for ORS to ) to (Department to coordinate efforts and make recommendations) and based on the recommendations in the “Oregon Child Protective Services Performance.

Agency Request Budget Page - 1 Department of Human Services Child Welfare Department of Human Services CHILD WELFARE Program MISSION The Department of Human Services Child Welfare (CW) program is responsible for accepting and caring for Oregon’s increasingly diverse children in need of protection (ORS ).

This is the first time Oregon has released child welfare information in this more streamlined "data book" format. The goal is to provide accurate, up-to-date information about the children who come into Oregon's child welfare system due to abuse or neglect.

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To provide trauma-informed care to children, youth, and families involved with child welfare, professionals must understand the impact of trauma on child development and learn how to effectively minimize its effects without causing additional trauma.

Petit, who now works with the national nonprofit "Every Child Matters," adds: "We have about 4, offices in the country that do child protective services -- it's one of those areas that badly. Follow these steps to become a child protective services worker. Step 1: Earn a Bachelor's Degree.

A bachelor's degree is a common requirement to become a CPS worker. (2)(a) The Department of Human Services shall take action to implement the provision of child protective services as outlined in ORS to and A and based on the recommendations in the Oregon Child Protective Services Performance Study published by the University of Southern Maine.

One of the three states to have a law on the books, Maryland requires that no child be left alone under any circumstances if the child is under the age of 8. It does say that a year-old may babysit a child under the age of 8. But Oregon's child neglect laws state that a child should be 10 or older.

Child Protective Services (CPS. The Child Protective Services Division investigates reports of abuse and neglect of children.

It also: provides services to children and families in their own homes; contracts with other agencies to provide clients with specialized services; places children in foster care; provides services to help youth in foster care make the transition to adulthood; and places children in .Physical discipline, such as spanking, is not considered abuse as long as it is reasonable and causes no bodily injury to the child.

Non-accidental injury that is caused by someone other than a parent, guardian, relative or other caregiver, such as a stranger, is considered a criminal act that is not addressed by child protective services.The mission of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) is to protect the unprotected -- children, elderly, and people with disabilities -- .