CSA Policy Procedure 2016
What is the Children’s Services Act for AT-Risk Youth and Families?

Known also as the CSA, it is a Virginia law designed to help troubled youths and their families. State and local agencies, parents and private service providers work together to plan and provide services. Local FAPT and CPMT teams will provide guidance in this area for Grayson County.

The Community Policy and Management Team:
Known also as CPMT :
CPMT coordinates agency efforts, manages the available funds, and see the eligible youths and their families get help.

The Family Assessment and Planning Team:
Known also as FAPT:
FAPT looks at the strengths and needs of the individual youth and families, decides what services to off and prepares a service plan thru Family Engagements.
Both teams include parents, staff from Community Services Boards, Court Service Units, Department of Health, Social Services, Public Schools and Private Providers.

How to find out if my child is eligible?
Contact your local Children’s Services Act Coordinator:
Renae Sizemore
CSA Coordinator
Grayson County
P.O. Box 434
Independence, Virginia 24348
276-773-2452 Ext: 220
Renae.Sizemore@dss.virginia.gov

For Further Information on CSA:
Visit the Office of Children’s Services for AT-Risk Youth and Families’ web page at : http://www.csa.virginia.gov

Meetings of the CPMT Board are scheduled to be held the third Wednesday of each month at 9:30 a.m. in the Grayson County Board Room. As the day and time is subject to change, the agency may be called for updated schedules.
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Meetings of the FAPT Team are scheduled to be held the second Wednesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. in the Grayson County Department of Social Services Conference Room. As the day and time is subject to change, the agency may be called at any time for updated schedules.
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CPMT Long Range Plan 2015
CSA Policy Procedure 2016
CPMT By-Laws
Code of Ethics Form
Confidentiality Form
Training Packet