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Indiana Department of Child Services

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Providers

The Indiana Department of Child Services contracts with numerous service providers throughout Indiana to deliver the services described under prevention, preservation, placement and permanency. Service providers who enter into contracts with DCS all commit to providing quality service based on established standards and agree to provide data relating to identified outcome measures. This DCS-Provider partnership enables all children and families to receive services necessary to alleviate identified needs.

Quarterly Provider Meetings

Quarterly Provider Meeting (June 25, 2012):

Quarterly Provider Meeting Materials (March 12, 2012):

Notice of Public Hearing for 2013 Rates

All Provider Meeting, Nov. 28, 2011

Information from Quarterly Provider Meeting (May 4, 2011)

Child Welfare Services Coordinators

Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC)

Provider List 2011-2013.  However, please note:

  • Providers are recommended and approved by the Regional Service Councils for the Provider Service Guides.
  • Service Standards  Updated June 20, 2014


Regional Guidebooks

  • Click on the KidTraks link below, and then click on Provider Service Guide
  • Link to KidTraks 

Partners

In order to accomplish the mission of protecting our children, families, and future, the DCS needs partners at both the state and local levels. Some state partners are, but are not limited to, the Department of Education, Department of Mental Health and Addictions, the Department of Family Resources, the Department of Workforce Development, the Department of Correction, and the Indiana State Department of Health. Some local partners are, but are not limited to, the local offices of the state agencies, the DCS provider network, schools, social services agencies, health care providers, public health, hospitals, child care providers, community mental health agencies, child abuse prevention agencies like Healthy Families and local Prevent Child Abuse Councils, Youth Services Bureaus, Child Advocacy Centers, the faith-based community, Twelve Step Programs, city and county government, law enforcement agencies, and food pantries.

Licensed Child Placing Agency

  • Allows approved IL Service Providers to submit their monthly IL Progress Report. The User must be approved by DCS Central office to access this application.