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Texas
2:29 pm
Fri August 1, 2014

State Contractor Pulls Out of Foster Care Redesign

Credit Todd Wiseman/Karolina Michalak/Felipe Hadler

The private contractor leading the state’s foster care redesign initiative has voluntarily terminated its contract with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.

Providence Service Corporation of Texas has notified DFPS of its intention to terminate the contract through which it was caring for 1,100 foster children in 60 counties in North and West Texas as part of the state’s foster care redesign initiative. An increased reliance on private contractors is pivotal to the department's redesign initiative to streamline the foster care placement process and keep children closer to home.

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Child Protective Services
8:52 am
Mon September 9, 2013

Child Protective Services Launches Foster Care Redesign

Child Protective Services has launched a program, Foster Care Redesign, in North and West Texas (Regions 2 & 9) on this map. It's goal is to keep foster children closer to their communities.
DFPS

The state’s child welfare agency is launching a new program aimed at improving the outcomes of children in foster care in Texas. The project, called Foster Care Redesign, has been in the works for years. 

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