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Child Welfare Provider Scorecards
The child welfare provider scores below are a function of coordinated annual inspection results, findings, factor-driven assessments, and a variety of other measures established to monitor providers’ compliance with standards enforced by:
- the Georgia Department of Human Services, Office of Inspector General, Residential Child Care Licensing Unit (RCCL),
- the Georgia Department of Human Services, Division of Family and Children Services, Office of Provider Management (DFCS OPM), and
- the Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice, Division of Community Services (DJJ).
A child welfare provider score is one of the many tools that RCCL, DFCS OPM, and DJJ use to determine whether each provider is meeting program standards and delivering the highest quality care to Georgia’s children.
Provider Score Data
RCCL Provider Scores and Explanation of Scores - RCCTRAILS
Scores for child welfare providers overseen by RCCL
DFCS OPM Provider Scores and Explanation of Scores - GA+SCORE
Scores for child welfare providers overseen by DFCS OPM
DJJ Provider Scores and Explanation of Scores
Scores for child welfare providers overseen by DJJ