Evaluation of Family Preservation and Reunification Programs: Final Report - Volume Two. 8.1.3 Caseloads and Time Allocation


As anticipated, when asked about usual caseload, public agency staff reported significantly higher numbers than FPS staff across all three states (see Table 8-2). Along the same lines, relative to public agency staff, FPS staff in each of the three states reported spending a significantly greater proportion of their time on family preservation services and a significantly smaller proportion of their time on investigations, placements, and followup services (again, see Table 8-2 for average proportions; all comparisons significant at p<= .001).

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