The Child and Family Services Plan (CFSP) is a strategic plan that sets forth the state’s vision and goals to strengthen its child welfare system. It outlines initiatives and activities that the state will carry out over the next 5 years to administer and integrate programs and services to promote the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families. States are also required to submit four plans as discreet sections of their CFSP; Foster and Adoptive Parent Diligent Recruitment Plan; Health Care Oversight and Coordination Plan; Disaster Plan; and Training Plan. In order to receive federal funding under title IV-B, states must submit the CFSP and Annual Progress and Services Reports (APSRs). The APSR provides an annual update on the progress made by states toward the goals and objectives in their CFSPs and outlines the planned activities for the upcoming fiscal year.
There are a number of programs covered by the CFSP and APSR, including the following:
2015-2019 Nebraska Child and Family Services Plan
Foster and Adoptive Parent Diligent Recruitment Plan
Health Care Oversight and Coordination Plan
Nebraska 2016 Annual Progress and Services Report (APSR)
Nebraska 2017 Annual Progress and Services Report (APSR)