SPOA for Children and Families is a process to identify those children with the risk of placement in out-of-home settings and to connect with community based strategies to support children and families. The purposes of the SPOA are: Conduct screenings for referred children; develop and monitor strategies to manage children involved in the services using an individualized, strength-based approach; coordinate decisions about individualized care planning for children at risk; and support communities to manage access to intensive services.
Specialized Voluntary Services Include:
Family Peer Support Services (FPSS) Coordinated Children's Services Initiative (CCSI) Supportive Case Management (SCM) Intensive Case Management (ICM) Home & Community Based Services Waiver For more information about S.P.O.A. and the process to access these services, please call