Indiana DCS Introduces New Household Conservation Providers
Indiana DCS Launches New Family Conservation Services | OPEN MINDS The Indiana Department of Child Services (DCS) introduced new Indiana Family Preservation Services (INFPS) at the beginning of fiscal 2021. The new services include all of the evidence-based models listed at the time of the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare at least one “auspicious” practice, and provider organizations can provide cash to meet specific family stability needs. Before INFPS started, DCS family maintenance services were only offered for personal service for a fee. Billable time often dictated the intensity of the service rather than the specific needs of the family, and there was no easy way to go. . .
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