About Family Preservation
The Children and Families Commission's (CFC) Family Preservation Action Team (FPAT), brings together DHS, law enforcement, non-profits, the faith community and other key community leaders.
Family Preservation and Support Action Team works
collaboratively to address the needs of, and provide support to, at risk
families. The team is safely reducing the number of children entering foster
care, and supporting youth transitioning out of care. In the context of carefully forged, trusting relationships, FPAT scrutinizes the child welfare system and the community as a whole to find ways to abate our child welfare crisis. FPAT prompts policy changes, mobilizes the community, aligns systems, plus develops and secures new resources.
To unite family preservation partners who are committed to addressing the needs of at-risk families.
To safely reduce the number of children in foster care in Marion County.
1. Safely reduce the number of children in foster care.
2. Increase relative placements.
3. Reduce the number of children entering care.
4. Increase Foster Care Exits.
5. Maintain or reduce current child abuse, neglect and trauma recurrence rate.
For more information, contact Krista Ulm 503-373-4447 or at email@example.com
FPAT Meeting Information
January 11, 2016
March 14, 2016
May 9, 2016
July 11, 2016
September 12, 2016
November 14, 2016