Children's Services Act (CSA)

The Children's Services Act (CSA) is a 1993 Virginia law designed to help troubled youth and their families. State and local agencies, parents and private providers work together to plan and provide services. In each community, local teams decide how to do this.

The Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) looks at the strengths and needs of individual youth and families, recommends what services to provide, and prepares a service plan for each family. The Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT) coordinates agency efforts, manages the available funds, and sees that eligible youth and their families get help. Both teams include parents, staff from community services boards, court service units, the department of health and social services, the schools, and private service providers.

Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT)


Name
Organization
Tim May Northwestern Community Services
John Van Wyck Page County Public Schools
Kim Burton Page County Public Schools
Tammy Wright Page County Department of Social Services
Janie Grinnan Page County Court Services Unit
Julia Collier Private Provider Representative 
Larcenia Carter
Parent Representative
Linda Gray CSA Coordinator

FAPT meetings are held on the second Friday of each month beginning at 9:00 a.m. in the Board of Supervisors Room in the County Government Center. 

Community Policy and Management Team (CPMT)

Name
Organization
Eric Benson
Page County Public Schools
Denise Acker
Northwestern Community Services
Pat Koontz 
Page County Department of Social Services
Colin Green  Health Department
Janie Grinnan
26th District Court Services Unit
Amity Moler
County Administrator/CSA Fiscal Agent
Kellie Purdham
Parent Representative  
Linda Gray
 
CSA Coordinator