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Performance Report 2007

The Children's Administration Annual Performance Report 2007 demonstrates the Administration's performance outcomes in the areas of child safety, permanency, and well-being.

The report also tells the stories of some of the children and families the Children's Administration served in 2007 and shows how the work of the Administration has made a difference in their lives.

Check out the Children Wait section about kids in care who need permanent homes. There is also A World of Thanks which features thank you letters written to CA staff. There are some great resources in the back of the report including an updated map which now includes Tribes.

We welcome your feedback about the report as well as recommendations for future reports. Please send your comments to ozmk300@dshs.wa.gov.

The following is a list of the Annual Report Contents. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the report.


Children's Administration Performance Report 2007

Part 1: (635 Kb)

  • Cover
  • Message from the Assistant Secretary
  • Contents
  • Mission and Vision
  • Guiding Principles

Part 2: (294 Kb)

  • Introduction
  • Children's Administration Activities - Overview
  • Comprehensive Service Delivery - Overview
  • Child Demographics - Overview

Part 3: Safety: (443 Kb)

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Achieving Results

Part 4: Permanency: (732 Kb)

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Achieving Results
  • Children Wait

Part 5: Well-Being: (234 Kb)

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Achieving Results

Part 6: Supporting Client Outcome: (423 Kb)

  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • Achieving Results

Part 7: Resources, etc.: (491 Kb)

  • A World of Thanks
  • Important Numbers and Links
  • Strategic Plan Summary
  • Glossary and Acronyms
  • Organizational Chart
  • Regional, Tribal, and Field Office Map
  • Acknowledgements
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