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Children's Services Act (CSA)

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 Amy P. Lehman
CSA Coordinator

P.O. Box 550
Courtland, VA 23837
(757) 653-0815
(757) 653-3101 Fax


CMPT Meeting Dates for 2016

January 27
- February 24
- March 23
- April 27
- May 25
- June 22
- July 27
- August 24
- September 28
- October 26
- November 16*
- December 14*
*When state or federal holidays fall on the 
regular meeting day, CPMT will meet on the
3rd Wednesday.
The Children's Services Act (formerly the Comprehensive Services Act) for At-Risk Youth and Families (CSA) is a law enacted in 1993 that establishes a single state pool of funds to purchase services for at- risk youth and their families.  The state funds, combined with local funds, are managed by local interacency teams (FAPT and CPMT) who plan and oversee services to youth.  The mission of the CSA is to create a collaborative system of services and funding that is child-centered, family-focused and community-based when addressing the strengths and needs of troubled and at-risk youth and their families.

Family Assessment & Planning Team (FAPT): Looks at the strengths and needs of each individual youth (and his/her family), who has been approved for referral to the Team. The Team works with the youth and their family to establish goals, identify desired outcomes, determine the complement of services required to meet their unique needs, and prepare a service plan.

FAPT Members Include: 

-Parent representative                      -Western Tidewater Community Services Board Staff
-5th District Court Services Unit         -Southampton Co. Department of Social Services
-Southampton Co. Public Schools        -Southampton Co. Sheriff's Office
-Voices for Kids CASA

Community Policy & Management Team (CMPT): Coordinates agency efforts, manages the available funds, and sees that eligible youths and their families are referred for assessment are appropriate.

CMPT Members Include:

-Parent representative                      -Western Tidewater Community Services Board Staff
-5th District Court Services Unit         -Southampton Co. Department of Social Services
-Southampton Co. Public Schools        -The Children's Center
-Southampton Co. Sheriff's Office       -Tidewater Youth Services Commission
-VA Dept. of Health Tidewater Health Services


 


 
 


 
 
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