The FY2019 CSA Performance Measures Statewide Report and Locality Level Spreadsheet is now available in the Statistics and Publications > Reports and Publications area of the CSA website and can be found here.
The Office of Children's Services has modified the Transaction History Report to display the Administrative allocation fund status for your locality; click here to verify details for your locality
The Spring 2020 CSA Newsletter is now available here.
The Office of Children's Services announces a new e-learning course: CSA42: CSA parental Agreements in the Virginia Learning Center. This 30 minute course provided information on eligibility and best practices for using Parental Agreements to assist children and families in accessing needed behavioral health services. The course can be found by searching for CSA42 in your Learning Center account here.
The State Executive Council for Children’s Services has adopted its Strategic Plan for 2020-2024. The plan can be found here.
Welcome to the website for the Children’s Services Act (CSA) and the Office of Children's Services (OCS). This website is one part of our effort here at OCS to provide the highest quality information and support to the public, our state government partners, and local CSA programs in the spirit of “empowering communities to serve youth.” The site contains a wealth of materials and I am confident it is a valuable resource.
In the 2019 fiscal year, CSA served over 15,000 children and families in the 133 cities and counties in the Commonwealth. With a combined state and local budget of over $415 million, CSA is a major contributor to supporting the system of care in Virginia. We are proud partners with state agencies, local government, public and private service providers, and parents and families in improving lives and communities. Thank you for visiting the CSA website.
Scott Reiner, Executive Director
What is CSA
The Children's Services Act (CSA) is a law enacted in 1993 that establishes a single state pool of funds to support services for eligible youth and their families. State funds, combined with local community funds, are managed by local interagency teams who plan and oversee services to youth.
The State Executive Council for Children's Services (SEC) is the supervisory body responsible for the establishment of programmatic
and fiscal policies that support the purposes of the CSA. The Office of Children's Services (OCS) is the
administrative entity responsible for implementation of the decisions of the SEC.
A collaborative, child-centered, family-focused, community-based system of care that effectively meets the needs of youth and their families in the Commonwealth.