Prince William County parents have a chance to help children and families.
The Prince William County Children’s Services Act (CSA) program is seeking parent representatives for the Family Assessment and Planning Teams (FAPTs).
FAPTs create and keep track of Individual and Family Service Plans (IFSPs) of youth who are directed to CSA, according to a release from the Prince William County Department of Social Services.
To be considered, parents should have a child who participated in a public agency, such as Social Services or Court Services. Applicants can’t work in a job where they refer cases to CSA, or have kids who are currently being served by the program.
Those chosen to serve as parent representatives should attend virtual meetings that are held weekly.
FAPT – West meetings are on Tuesdays, and FAPT – East meets on Wednesdays. The Mid-County FAPT holds its meetings on Fridays, other than the first Friday of the month.
Representatives must also provide an economic interest statement each year.
To learn more, reach out to CSA Department of Social Services Assistant Director Jessica Webb at 703-792-7645 or by email at email@example.com.
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