Georgia Child Welfare Strategic Planning
Vision: Safe, Strong and Stable Children and Families
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**Our website is scheduled for regular maintenance on 12/2/16 - 12/3/16, from approximately 6PM - 6AM EST. The site will be down during this time. Your patience is greatly appreciated!**

The purpose of the strategic planning unit of the Division of Family and Children Services is to align strategic planning with organizational vision, mission and values through a collaborative and deliberate process. The strategic planning process and resulting federal and state plans drive resource allocation and support improved practice, systems, resources and the achievement of safety, permanency, and well-being outcomes for children and families.

This strategic planning website is designed to support the strategic planning process and collaboration with internal and external partners and stakeholders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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