Reports & Plans
Child and Family Services offers the following documents for your information.
HomeWorks is Utah’s Title IV-E Child Welfare Demonstration Project. The goal of HomeWorks is to enhance parents’ capacity to safely care for their children in their home and safely reduce the need for foster care in Utah. Click here for an Interim Report on the progress of this important program.
A comprehensive annual report of services offered by Utah’s Child and Family Services, and data on the outcomes of those services. You can also view our 2015 Annual Report, 2014 Annual Report, 2013 Annual Report, 2012 Annual Report and our 2011 Annual Report.
This report contains current quarterly data outcomes about the programs and performance of Utah’s Child and Family Services. Click here to view.
More commonly known as the “Five-Year Plan,” this plan is required by the federal government. For accomplishments related to goals listed in the Five-Year Plan, see Annual Progress and Summary Report dated June 30, 2016. Our Final Report for 2010-2014 and CAPTA Update for Federal Fiscal Years 2010-2014 is also available.
Regional Program Improvement Plans
As part of our continuing improvement process, the Office of Services Review conducts the Case Process Reviews and Qualitative Case Reviews in each of our regions on an annual basis. You can find the latest Case Process Review and Qualitative Case Review reports on their website. Our regions prepare Region Program Improvement Plans in response to the findings of these reviews. Here are the Regional Program Improvement Plans (PIPs) for the Southwest, Salt Lake Valley, Eastern, Western, and Northern Regions.