Prevention Program Reports

DCYF’s primary prevention program is the Family Care Community Partnerships (FCCPs). Service providers deliver wraparound services to families at risk of becoming involved with the Department. The goal of each FCCP is to strengthen families and prevent abuse, neglect and dependency.

FCCPs now operate in five regions: East Bay, Northern Rhode Island, East Urban Core, West Urban Core, and Washington Kent.

FCCP Annual Report: Opening to DCYF within 24 Months, FY18-20 Entry Cohort

The Family Care Community Partnerships (FCCP) are the Department of Child Youth & Families’ (DCYF) primary prevention resource program. Serving children and families in their communities, by partnering with five agencies across the state, the program seeks to keep families out of the welfare system through a wraparound service model. The annual report examines the percent of FCCP primary children that open to DCYF within 24 months after receiving at least one day of FCCP care in FY 2018, 2019 or 2020, and what factors are associated with opening.

FCCP Report: Children Opening to DCYF After Closure from the FCCP, FY 2018 Exit Cohort