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Counselling & Child Welfare centers

Child welfare is a continuum of services designed to ensure that children are safe & that families have the necessary support to care for their children successfully. Child welfare agencies typically,

  • Support or coordinate services to prevent child abuse & neglect
  • Provide services to families that need help protecting & caring for their children
  • Receive & investigate reports of possible child abuse & neglect; assess child & family needs, strengths, & resources
  • Arrange for children to live with kin (i.e., relatives) or with foster families when safety cannot be ensured at home
  • Support the well-being of children living with relatives or foster families, including ensuring that their educational needs are addressed
  • Work with the children, youth, & families to achieve family reunification, adoption, or other permanent family connections for children & youth leaving foster care

Each State or locality has a public child welfare agency responsible for receiving & investigating reports of child abuse & neglect & assessing child & family needs; however, the child welfare system is not a single entity. Public child welfare agencies often collaborate with private child welfare agencies, community-based organizations, & other public agencies to ensure that families receive the services they need, such as supportive child care, parenting classes, in-home family preservation services, mental health services, & substance abuse treatment.