What is a Regional Service Council and when are their meetings?

Published 11/28/2007 01:46 PM   |    Updated 02/16/2009 11:38 AM

What is a Regional Service Council and when are their meetings?

The Department of Child Services (DCS) has organized its management and service delivery into 18 regions. Regional Service Councils advise DCS on what services are needed in a region and county and how those services should be delivered, and who provides those services.

 

Membership

The Regional Services Councils are made up of the following members:

1) DCS Regional Manager who shall serve as chair of the committee

2) Three local Judges having juvenile jurisdiction

3) Three Local Office Directors in the region

4) One Case Manager from the region

5) One Supervisor from the region

6) One Foster Parent from the region

7) One Guardian ad Litem/CASA from the region

Meeting times: http://www.in.gov/dcs/2348.htm

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