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Child Well-being Indicators Reports

The reports outlined below contains table representations of Child Wellbeing Indicators chart data.  
 

Prevention and Protection Services (PPS) offers a variety of services to children and families.  Program measures outlined in the report include Recurrence of Maltreatment, Placement in a Family Like Setting, Placement Stability for Children Entering Care, Permanency in 12 Months for Children Entering Care and Re-Entry into Foster Care in 12 Months.
 

 

PPS Measurement Definitions:

  • Recurrence of Maltreatment - Children who experience recurrent maltreatment.
  • Placement in a Family Like Setting - Children in out of home placements are placed in a family like setting with a relative, foster family, pre-adoptive family or independent living.
  • Placement Stability for Children Entering Care - The rate of moves per 1,000 days spent in care for children in Out of Home Care for 12 months or less.
  • Permanency in 12 Months for Children Entering Care - Children who enter foster care, will be discharged to a permanent home within 12 months of their date of entry into foster care and before turning 18. 
  • Re-Entry into Foster Care in 12 months - Children who enter foster care and are discharged to a permanent home within 12 months will not re-enter foster care in the following 12 months.