If the Permanency Plan is Reunification, the Written Service Agreement shall be developed with the child’s parents/caretakers and when feasible, the child.
All parties to the agreement or their agent/representative shall sign the Child Assessment and Service Plan, CS-1. If any party refuses to sign, the Children’s Service Worker shall document that party’s disagreement and the reason for the disagreement.
It is essential the Written Service Agreement be specific about:
- What the FST hopes to accomplish during the treatment process
- Treatment goals, indicating the corresponding domain(s) from the NCFAS G+R assessment
- How the FST intends to accomplish the defined goals (Tasks) and
- When the tasks will be performed and completed (Time Limitations)