Family Services of Metro Orlando Network Design

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Family Services of Metro Orlando Network Design

  1. 1. Orange/Osceola County System of Care Diagram • Family Services of Metro Orlando Screened Out Florida Child Abuse Hotline (1-800-96-ABUSE) Referral to Diversion Programs Department of Juvenile Justice Dismissed by Court Unsubstantiated Department of Children and Families Protective Investigations Child Removed Child Arrest for Juvenile Offense Probation Juvenile Justice Services managed by DJJ Liaison Family Preservation and Advocacy Programs Community Referrals • Gulf Coast Community Care • Help Now of Osceola, Inc. (Domestic Violence Partnership) • Harbor House (InVEST Partnership for Domestic Violence) • Osceola County Department of Human Services (Rapid Rehousing Partnership) Diversion/Prevention Services • Orange County Youth and Family Services (4,861 children in FYE 6/30/2010) • Children’s Advocacy Center of Osceola County • Howard Phillips Center for Children and Families (Healthy Families Orange)Primary Funders and Supporters Community Organizations • Bethany Christian Services (Safe Families Program)• Florida Department of Children and Families • Orange County Community Alliance• Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption • Osceola County Community Alliance• Corporation for National Community Service • Children’s Cabinet of Orange County Community Service Center Community Referrals Made• Heart of Florida United Way • Osceola County Children’s Cabinet or Assistance Provided• Picerne Development • Orange/Seminole Foster Parents Association• Publix Supermarkets, Inc. • Osceola County Foster Parents Association• Winderweedle, Haines, Ward & Woodman • Foster Parent Advisory Council• Omni Productions • Heart Gallery Advisory Council• CNL Bank • Public Allies Advisory Board Post-Adoption Services• WFTV/WRDQ • Youth Advisory Board• Gray Robinson, PA • Faith-Based Advisory Council Voluntary Protective Supervision (115 children on 6/30/2010) Voluntary Case Plan Completed• Fifth Third Bank • Education Committee • Executive Advisory Committee Case Management Organizations • Public Involvement Committee (assigned per rotation schedule) • Medical Advisory Committee Exit Options for Court-Involved Cases Court-Involved Supervision (2,088 children on 6/30/2010) Case Dismissed Social Security Protective Supervision Case Plan Completed (188 children - point in time) Medicaid Eligibility Children’s Medical Services Reunification all children placed. Removal Placement Options (1,419 children on 6/30/2010) Adoption (229 children in FYE 6/30/2010) Another Planned Permanent Living Arrangement Family Foster Home (490 children - point in time) Aged Out Relative/Non-Relative (610 children - point in time) Relative Caregiver Funds Residential Group Care (260 children - point in time) Residential Treatment Center (9 children - point in time) Independent Living Program Substance Abuse/ Statewide Inpatient Psychiatric Program (265 children - point in time) Mental Health (SAMH) Denied Waitlisted Authorized Specialized Therapeutic Foster Care Magellan (Managed Health) (33 children - point in time) Specialized Therapeutic Group Care Developmental Disabilities/Medical Services Child/Placement Funding Sources managed by DD/CMS Liaison managed by Child in Care and UM Staff
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