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https://cfsa.dc.gov/page/listening-sessionsCFSA provides several ways to get support for dissatisfaction with agency services or decisions.

Become an adoptive or foster parent to District children
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CFSA provides safe settings for DC children and youth who cannot stay in their own homes.

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CFSA's Public Facing Dashboard shows our commitment to performance, transparency and public reporting.

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 Videos for children and families entering foster care

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 The Child Protection Register (CPR) is a confidential database of people known or strongly suspected to have abused or neglected children in DC.

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The Close Relative Caregiver Program supports family unity and helps to keep children from entering the child welfare system.

Find help for new borns, families or locate DHS Services
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Find the answers you need about community services, resources and safe havens.

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The Grandparent Caregiver Program supports family unity and helps to keep children from entering the child welfare system.

Professional training as mandated reporter
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Mandated reporters are an integral part of the protection of children in the District of Columbia.

Social Services for families with new born babies
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We provide safe settings for children and youth who cannot be safe in their own homes.

Adoption information regarding children requiring families in the District
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November is National Adoption Month. Let’s find homes for DC’s waiting children.

Children and youth services
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Current and former foster youth and their immediate birth family members who got separated in the District’s foster care system now have a way to find each other again.

Working with Child Protective Services Social Workers
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Families need to understand what to expect during a child welfare investigation.