Child Protection intervention is twofold. The first priority is to keep children safe and the second is to offer services when a case is initiated to address concerns that may be causing the immediate concern. This philosophy of early prevention and intervention with children, youth, and families has led to a decrease in foster care placement of children, a decrease in days that children and youth spending out of home placement, and the building of collaborative partnerships with community resources to address the needs of high-risk families.
Reporting Child Abuse
To report suspected abuse / neglect please make an anonymous report by calling 252-5023 during normal working hours, Monday through Friday. After hours, holidays, and weekends call 252-4010.