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Message ID: 8007
Date: 2009-01-15

Author:F.SchultzSBCSocialServ.org

Subject:RE: berkeley child welfare data

FFA means Foster Family Agency supervised home. They are licensed through the parent private agency which finds, trains, and employs them, and which provides supplementary supportive social work services above the level available to a county-licensed, ordinary foster family home. Freya Schultz, Staff Analyst Santa Barbara County Social Services, Child Welfare Services 234 Camino del Remedio Santa Barbara, CA 93110 (805) 696-8972 **Notice of Privacy** This information is private and confidential and intended solely for the person or persons addressed herein. If you have received this communication in error, immediately notify sender and destroy / delete any copies of this transmission. Thank you for your compliance. ________________________________ From: bounce-3462874-6833838@list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-3462874-6833838@list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Todd McDonald Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2009 4:40 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: berkeley child welfare data someone on the list suggested using the child welfare data system on the berkeley social welfare website. it seems like a great resource. i just can't figure out what some of the codes mean. i was looking at the placement data, point in time, but there are three foster care groups; kin, foster care, and ffa. what is ffa? is that the same as foster care? does it include kin placements? thank you. t. mcdonald

FFA means Foster Family Agency supervised home. They are licensed through the parent private agency which finds, trains, and employs them, and which provides supplementary supportive social work services above the level available to a county-licensed, ordinary foster family home. Freya Schultz, Staff Analyst Santa Barbara County Social Services, Child Welfare Services 234 Camino del Remedio Santa Barbara, CA 93110 (805) 696-8972 **Notice of Privacy** This information is private and confidential and intended solely for the person or persons addressed herein. If you have received this communication in error, immediately notify sender and destroy / delete any copies of this transmission. Thank you for your compliance. ________________________________ From: bounce-3462874-6833838list.cornell.edu [mailto:bounce-3462874-6833838list.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Todd McDonald Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2009 4:40 PM To: Child Maltreatment Researchers Subject: berkeley child welfare data someone on the list suggested using the child welfare data system on the berkeley social welfare website. it seems like a great resource. i just can't figure out what some of the codes mean. i was looking at the placement data, point in time, but there are three foster care groups; kin, foster care, and ffa. what is ffa? is that the same as foster care? does it include kin placements? thank you. t. mcdonald