What is an Administrative Review/ 90 Day Case Review?
A review of the current case is held every 90 days as long as the case is open. An Administrative Review is scheduled with every other 90 day Case Review (every 6 months). The purpose of the meeting is to review the safety threats, the strengths and needs of the family, reassess the risk, review the case plan services for all parties listed on the case, and review the placement, medical and educational information on each child. It is important that all invited parties participate in this meeting to provide input.

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1. How do I recognize child abuse or neglect?
2. Who is mandated by law to report suspected child abuse or neglect?
3. Who do I contact?
4. How do I submit a records request?
5. How do I submit a comment, question or concern?
6. What services do you provide?
7. Who does LCCS serve?
8. If my children are removed, how do I get them back?
9. How do I get custody of a child?
10. What is a Family Case Conference?
11. What will happen at the Family Case Conference?
12. What is an Administrative Review/ 90 Day Case Review?
13. Is it important to attend the meetings scheduled on my case?
14. I am caring for a family member or friend’s child. What support is available to me?
15. What is your policy on equity and inclusion?
16. How do I set up child support for my child?
17. I have a great program that would benefit LCCS clients. How do I get a contract with LCCS?
18. How do I request recent or historical records from LCCS or the Miami Children's Home?
19. How large is LCCS and how is it funded?