Family Services encompasses services that are provided to children and families to assure child safety once a report of suspected child maltreatment has been received, assessed, and a determination made that continued protective services involvement to the child and family is warranted.

These services include the provision of services as identified through the case planning process and the completion of three month and semi annual administrative reviews of the case. During these reviews, each participant progress and barriers to success are identified and when necessary the case plan is amended to identify additional supportive services to children and families. The provision of protective family services is governed by strict federal and state mandates and best practice standards as delineated by the Council on Accreditation.