Ohio's Families and Children Rule Review Site

Prevention Plan Prevention Plan

Posted: September 28th, 2020

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Katie Congrove
10-23-2020 (7:36pm)
On behalf of Franklin County Children Services: Was it the intention to have this plan that looks and reads like a caseplan and requires signature mirror a regular open case? This seems like a new type of case opening with additional rules and review.
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Lisa Dickson
10-27-2020 (10:01am)
On behalf of ACTION Ohio, a statewide group of former foster youth who strive to improve outcomes for our brothers and sisters of care, we like that the prevention plan requires a signature. Child protection is most important. If the young person can safely remain home, that's great -- having a signature means that there is accountability to make sure that their home environment is one of safety.
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Lisa Dickson
10-27-2020 (10:40am)
On behalf of ACTION Ohio, a statewide group of former foster youth who strive to improve outcomes for our brothers and sisters of care, we like that the prevention plan requires a signature. Child protection is most important. If the young person can safely remain home, that's great -- having a signature means that there is accountability to make sure that their home environment is one of safety. We also agree with Jennifer Hafner’s comment/question that: How can you be assessing the safety of a child when you are only seeing the family every other month? A lot can happen in 8-12 weeks. I feel the minimum requirement for PCSA contact with families should be face to face with all parties at least once a month to be able to assess safety.