OFFICE OF PLANNING AND COORDINATION
OKLAHOMA STATE PLAN FOR SERVICES TO CHILDREN AND YOUTH
The Office of Planning and Coordination, is responsible for the development of the Oklahoma State Plan for Services to Children and Youth (§10-601.9).
Community Partnership Boards (CPBs) across the state annually participate in the Statewide Systemic Issues Survey process that is used to assist the Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth (OCCY) in identifying priority systemic issues within the child and youth services systems for the following 4 years (§10-601.12). In addition to the information collected from Systemic Issues Survey, interviews with the directors of child serving agencies, local community stakeholders, children and youth service providers, and other leaders are asked to participate in developing strategies for addressing issues identified through the Systemic Issues Survey.
As a result of 2012 Systemic Issues Survey, the FY 2013 - 2016 Oklahoma State Plan for Services to Children and Youth was developed with the following goals:
- Strengthen Custody and Transition Services, and
- Expand Promising Practices Strategies that Strengthen Parenting
In an effort to carry out the identified goals in the State Plan, the Office of Planning and Coordination established 2 state level advisory teams:
- Strengthening Custody and Transition Services Advisory Team, and
- Oklahoma Child Welfare State Stakeholder Collaborative.
FY 2013-2016 Oklahoma State Plan for Services to Children and Youth Outcome Report for FY 2013
FY 2009-2013 Oklahoma State Plan for Services to Children and Youth Final Outcome Report