Ohio's Families and Children Rule Review Site

5101:2-40-05 PCSA requirements in providing family first prevention services

Posted: September 28th, 2020

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PCSA requirements in providing family first prevention services
Jennifer Hafner
10-13-2020 (9:38am)
One concern that stands out to me is the minimal required contact between the PCSA and family. A chi...

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Spencer Izor
10-22-2020 (8:47am)
Please please please do not implement Family First Legislation. Children will be put at risk or cont...

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Katie Congrove
10-23-2020 (6:42pm)
Comments on behalf of Franklin County Children Services: 1. What type of guidance is the Family ass...

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Katie Congrove
10-23-2020 (6:48pm)
On behalf of Franklin County Children Services: D and E read as confusing to staff who reviewed. T...

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Katie Congrove
10-23-2020 (6:53pm)
On behalf of Franklin County Children Services: Is it correct that we can have a regular case plan ...

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Katie Congrove
10-23-2020 (7:16pm)
On behalf of Franklin County Children Services: In (E)(2), requesting consideration for verbal agree...

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Katie Congrove
10-23-2020 (7:21pm)
On behalf of Franklin County Children Services: (J): somewhat confusing because the beginning of t...

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louis devault
10-24-2020 (1:44am)
https://youtu.be/OLov1493kVw This video tape has been floating around the internet indicating a fos...

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Stephanie DeLeo
10-27-2020 (9:56am)
On behalf of Summit County Juvenile Court: How is this going to work for IV-E Courts? Currently, w...

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Amanda Beach
10-28-2020 (7:20pm)
C 6 suggests a decision will be made differentiating a Family Case Plan from a Prevention Plan. It ...

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Ebonie Jackson
10-30-2020 (1:48pm)
(F) The rule is unclear about the process that a county can go through to get a provider "approved" ...

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