Dependency Investigation

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6500.1500-160

    Programs that investigate the backgrounds of children and families who have been reported for child abuse or neglect and make recommendations to the appropriate court regarding the need for protection by the court and options for placement if required.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Child Abuse & Neglect Services - Court Appointed Special AdvocatesProvides programs to assist children of abuse and neglect including, The Dependency and Neglect Program, The Supervised Exchange and Parenting Time Program, The Children and Families in Transition Program, The Milton Foster Children's Fund, and The Life Long Links Program.El Paso CountyCourt Appointed Special AdvocatesCourt Appointed Special Advocates
    Child and Adult Protective Services - Moffat County Department of Human ServicesProvides casework and protective services for the following: - Adults who may be abused, exploited, or neglected - Children who are abused and/or neglected - Children who need a permanent home - Adoptive and foster home studiesMoffat CountyMoffat County Department of Human ServicesMoffat County Department of Human Services
    Child Protection Services (Georgetown) - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Child Welfare Unit is housed in the Clear Creek County Court House in Georgetown, and is comprised of a team of caseworkers and a Casework Supervisor. The program provides: - Adoption services - Child abuse investigations - Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) - Out-of-home placement - Referrals to community resourcesClear Creek CountyIdaho Springs - Clear Creek County Department of Health and Human ServicesClear Creek County Department of Health and Human Services
    Child Protection Services - Gilpin County Department of Human ServicesInvestigates and intervenes in suspected cases of child abuse and/or neglect. Reporting information is kept confidential.Gilpin CountyGilpin County Department of Human ServicesGilpin County Department of Human Services
    Child Protective Services - Arapahoe County Department of Human ServicesReceives and investigates reports of suspected child abuse or neglect. Situations needing intervention will include a variety of options to make the family and home safe for the child.Arapahoe CountyArapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)Arapahoe County Department of Human Services (DHS)
    Child Protective Services - Denver Human Services (DHS)Protects Denver's children and youth from harm by providing services and advocacy while also promoting family stability, respecting diversity, and working to strengthen family connections to community resources. Child Protective Services is responsible for investigating physical and sexual child abuse, child neglect, and working with families where abuse, neglect, or sexual abuse issues have been identified.Denver CountyDenver Human Services (DHS)Denver Human Services (DHS)
    Child Protective Services - Weld County Department of Human ServicesResponsible for assessing allegations of abuse or neglect of children from birth until the age of 18. Primary responsibility of the Intake Unit is to assess for safety and provide protection to children who are abused, severely neglected, and/or dependent and to provide services to families to assist them with their needs. Weld CountyGreeley - Weld County Department of Human ServicesWeld County Department of Human Services
    Child Welfare (Peak One Drive) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides services intended to strengthen the ability of a family to protect and care for their own children, minimize harm to children and youth, and ensure timely permanency planning. Services are aimed at stabilizing the family situation and strengthening the family’s capacity to care for their children. When safety is not possible within the family, services are focused on the child’s need for a stable, permanent home as quickly as possible.Summit CountyPeak One Drive - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    Child Welfare Services - Routt County Department of Human ServicesAssists families to protect and ensure the safety of their own children, minimizes harm to children and youth, and ensures permanency planning or a stable, safe, structured environment. When appropriate, the main goal of Child Welfare is to keep the family together. Persons reporting concerns for the abuse or neglect of a child shall be immune from liability and civil or criminal prosecution, if the reporting is done in good faith. The names and the identification of persons who report shall be kept confidential, unless the court orders such a disclosure. Reporting parties may be called upon to testify in court proceedings if needed to safeguard the well-being of a reported child.Routt CountyRoutt County Department of Human ServicesRoutt County Department of Human Services

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