Camden County Children Inter-Agency Coordinating Council (CIACC)
- What does the CIACC do?
- Community mechanism to advise the DCF on the development and maintenance of a responsive, accessible, and integrated system of care for children, youth and young adults
- Enhances the coordination among local children’s behavioral health (CSOC) system partners
- Enhances cross-system planning and coordination at the local level (between CSOC and DCP&P, Education, Juvenile Justice, Substance Abuse, DDD, Adult Mental Health, Social Services, etc.
- Participate in community assessments to identify service resource gaps and priorities for resource development
- Participate in Quality Assurance and Continuous Quality Improvement processes within the System of Care
- Participate and facilitate regional and inter-county activities
- School Outreach
- Provide information and referral, regarding where to find, and how to access children’s services
*** THE CIACC DOES NOT OFFER INDIVIDUAL TREATMENT PLANNING OR CASE MANAGEMENT FOR YOUTH***
- Who participates in the CIACC?
- Families, caregivers, consumers, youth, community based organizations, county government and planning entities
- Some areas covered by members of the CIACC are mental health, child welfare, health, education, juvenile justice, substance use, intellectual/developmental disabilities.
Last Updated: 01/06/23