Child Welfare Reports

Child Protective Services Report

Each year the Office of Child and Family Services produces an annual Child Protective Services (CPS) Report that provides information regarding the number of child abuse reports received each year and what happens with those reports. The information provided includes report source, family composition, numbers of families where child maltreatment was found, age and gender of maltreatment victims, and other general categories

Child and Family Services Plans and Reports

The Children’s Bureau, an Office of the Federal Administration for Children & Families oversees each state’s Child and Family Services Plan (CFSP) which is a five-year strategic plan that sets forth the vision and the goals to be accomplished to strengthen the states’ overall child welfare system. The Annual Progress and Services Report (APSR) provides annual updates on the progress made toward accomplishing the goals and objectives in the CFSP.