ATLANTA – Georgia Trend magazine announced Tuesday in its 2015 Power List edition that Bobby Cagle (BA '89, MSW '98), director of the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS), has been named as one of 83 "Notable Georgia
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ATLANTA –Director of the Division of Family and Children Services Bobby Cagle today announced new agency leaders who will guide system reform and further the agency’s vision of strengthening Georgia by strengthening families.
Georgia Division of Family and Children Services Director Bobby Cagle on Tuesday reinstated a strategy aimed at maximizing staff resources for child protection in Georgia.
ATLANTA – The Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) Division of Aging Services (DAS) requests public comments on 2014 updates to the Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) State Plan. The document describes Georgia’s
ATLANTA — As the colder months approach, Georgia Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) is once again preparing to help those in need with the cost of heating.
ATLANTA - Today, the Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) released the 2013 Child Fatality Analysis. The 2013 Child Fatality Analysis is the second annual report DFCS has released on deaths of children whose families had contact with the agency during the past five years. The purpose of the report is to aid the agency and the public in improving intervention efforts and developing community-based solutions to reduce the risk of harm to Georgia children.
Interim Director of the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services, Bobby Cagle, on Tuesday, implemented a new strategy aimed at increasing staff resources and reducing a statewide backlog in child protective services investigations.
Gov. Nathan Deal today named the list of those who will serve on the Child Welfare Reform Council, which was recently created to improve our child welfare system and better protect Georgia’s most vulnerable citizens.