What is Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT)?

FAPT assists families with outsourcing and funding services to meet their needs when CSA criteria is met and services and supports are not available within the family or local government’s resources.


The multiple teams are made up of representatives from the community child and family services system including:

  • Court services
  • Family advocates
  • Mental health
  • Private practitioners
  • Schools
  • Social services

Team Member Responsibilities

Team members are responsible to:

  • Work with children and families to ensure a community approach to services
  • Develop plans to support family preservation and healthy family functioning

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1. What is Comprehensive Services Act (CSA)?
2. What is Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT)?
3. How do I know if we qualify for CSA funds?
4. What kind of services can CSA fund?
5. How do I get a FAPT meeting?
6. What if I am not connected to an agency for case management? How do I get a FAPT meeting?
7. How do I get help for my child who is experiencing a mental health crisis?
8. Does CSA fund residential treatment services for children?
9. What is needed to receive treatment in a residential treatment facility?
10. Who can I talk to about CSA?