Title IV-E

The Title IV-E program ensures that Wayne County has the capacity to make valid and legitimate claims for reimbursement of eligible federal Title IV-E foster care maintenance and administrative expenses for eligible juveniles. The AFS is a Wayne County designated...

Therapeutic Services

The AFS Therapeutic Services Program is responsible for oversight of the provision of various in-home and specialized therapeutic services, both clinical and educational, court-ordered treatment and family preservation services for youth and families involved in the...

Utilization Review

The AFS Utilization Review and Rate Band Monitoring Program is accountable for the review and monitoring of accuracy as it relates to the Wayne County Department of Health, Veterans and Community Wellness policy adherence, level of care, service intensity and...

Substance Abuse

The AFS Substance Abuse Services program provides substance abuse screening, using Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) urine screens and certified laboratory analysis within the AFS/JAC. By screening for substance abuse at the earliest point of entry of the Justice System...

Integrated Community Based Services

ICBS The Integrated Community Based Services (ICBS) program is an integrated approach to service delivery for multi-system involved youth. ICBS staff provide a variety of supportive mental health services to youth involved in the CMOs who are having problems coping in...

Electronic Monitoring/Tether Services

The JAC Electronic Monitoring and Tether Program / Detention Alternative Unit (DAU) is used to reduce a youth’s length of stay in a detention facility and provides structure and accountability to assist returning juveniles to make safe and thoughtful decisions about...