- Human Services
- Assistance Programs and Resources
- Parenting, Children and Youth Resources
Parenting, Children and Youth Resources
The Department of Social Services' Division of Child Support Enforcement (DCSE) provides direct services related to the collection of child support.
Child Protective Services
The goal of Child Protective Services (CPS) is to identify, assess and provide services to children and families in an effort to protect children, preserve families whenever possible, and prevent further maltreatment.
Children's Services Act
Children's Services Act (CSA) (formerly named Comprehensive Services) is a state mandated inter-agency program that provides needed services to children and families in the community.
Davis Child Advocacy Center
The Davis Child Advocacy Center (CAC) helps children who have experienced trauma from abuse. It is a child focused, community-based program created to protect child abuse victims during the investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases.
Family and Teen Resources
Find resources specific for families and teens.
The Foster Care Program provides for the temporary placement and supervision of a child or children placed in the custody of this agency by the court.
Long Term Care Services
Read about the different Long Term service and support options.
All parenting classes, youth groups, and community education courses are facilitated by Prevention Services. View information about Parenting Education Classes in the community.
Access information about the Positive Parenting program.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) provides high-quality nutritional care and food to our participants. WIC also provides breastfeeding education during pregnancy and breastfeeding support after delivery.
Youth Services provides resource information for county youths and families and leads collaborative initiatives that engage the community in promoting the safety, well-being and success of Chesterfield County youths.