By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Kansas' landmark privatization of child welfare services reached its second year of operation in February 1999. Under the contractual oversight of the state's Department of Social and Rehabilitative Services, (SRS) Kansas has privatized family preservation, adoption, and foster/group care services to private agencies throughout the state. SRS continues to provide other child welfare services such as intake and referral services, abuse and neglect report screenings, and investigations. Today, Kansas' child welfare system continues to evolve under the . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Cover Story Kansas' landmark privatization of child welfare services reached its second year of operation in February 1999. Under the contractual oversight of the state's Department of Social and Rehabilitative Services, (SRS) Kansas has privatized family preservation, adoption, and foster/group care services to private agencies throughout the state. SRS continues to provide other child welfare services such as intake and referral services, abuse and neglect report screenings, and investigations. Today, Kansas' child welfare system continues to evolve under the . . .
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