Mission

The 1992 General Assembly enacted the Comprehensive Services Act for At-Risk Youth and Families (CSA). The purpose of the legislation is to have state and local agencies, parents and private service providers work together to plan and provide a collaborative system of services for at-risk youth and their families that is child-centered, family-focused and community-based. Individual child/family accessibility to services funded through CSA is based on state eligibility guidelines that classify at-risk youths as mandated, targeted, and other at-risk youth. The Act provides that in each community, local teams will develop the process for service delivery; upon state certification of the process, the community is eligible to receive a cost-share contribution of state funds to provided mandated services. The Fauquier County process has been certified and is implemented through two local teams, the Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT) and the Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT).  

Contact Information: Erika Visnevskaia at 540-422-8409

Children's Services Act (CSA) Information

Community Resource Information

Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) Information

 

Family Assessment and Planning Team
Name  Representing
 Mimi deNicolas  DSS Representative
 Mary Pitts  DJJ Representative
 Rebecca Calderwood  FCPS Representative
 Taisha Chavez  CSB Representative
 Tina Hawkins  Private Provider Representative
 VACANT  Parent Representative
 Erika Visnevskaia  CSA Coordinator, Chair

 

Parental Payment Forms

Referring Agency Information and Forms

Provider Rate Sheets 

(under construction) 

 

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