Statistics for Indian River County

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Statistics for Larger Regions: DCF Southeast Region, Nineteenth Circuit.

Tables:

Indian River County Children Subject of Maltreatment Reports (duplicated)
During October 2016 through September 2017
CountRateState RateRank
(high=1 to low=67)
Children Subject of Maltreatment Reports1,85160.4 per 10K62.1 per 10K56
Unique Children Subject of Maltreatment Reports1,583/1,85185.5%83.5%10
Children Subject of Maltreatment Investigations1,37144.8 per 10K47.8 per 10K58
Children Subject of Alternative Response00.0 per 10K0.0 per 10K34
Children Subject of Undetermined Reports381.2 per 10K0.3 per 10K5
Children Subject of Non-Maltreatment Reports44214.4 per 10K14.1 per 10K50
Victim Reports2076.8 per 10K7.1 per 10K45.5
Victim Reports of Neglect1314.3 per 10K3.6 per 10K35.5
Victim Reports of Physical Abuse80.3 per 10K0.5 per 10K52.5
Victim Reports of Sexual Abuse190.6 per 10K0.4 per 10K28.5
Victim Reports of Other Abuse491.6 per 10K2.6 per 10K57
Victims Removed to Foster Care74/20735.7%35.8%38
Victims Not Removed to Foster Care133/20764.3%64.2%30
Non-Victims Removed to Foster Care18/1,1641.5%2.6%57
Children Subject of Alternative Response Removed to Foster Care0/0nanana
Children Subject of Undetermined Reports Removed to Foster Care0/380%2.8%31.5
Removed to Foster Care Before Report1/991%0.8%16
Removed to Foster Care within 3 Days of Report33/9933.3%34.1%27.5
Removed to Foster Care within 7 Days of Report35/9935.4%40.3%38
Median Days from Report to Removal9921.0 days20.0 days37
Removed to Foster Care Prior to Start of Investigation1/991%1.4%31.5
Victims Revictimized within 6 Months, Disposed April 2016 to March 2017 25/22411.2%5.1%1
Removed Victims Revictimized within 6 Months, Disposed April 2016 to March 2017 9/7611.8%2.6%1
Non-Removed Victims Revictimized within 6 Months, Disposed April 2016 to March 2017 16/14810.8%6.4%5
Non-Victims Victimized within 6 Months, Disposed April 2016 to March 2017 41/1,2773.2%3.4%42
Alternative Response Victimized within 6 Months, Disposed April 2016 to March 2017 0/0nanana
Undetermined Reports Victimized within 6 Months, Disposed April 2016 to March 2017 0/220%2%25

Indian River County Children Removed to Foster Care
During April 2017 through March 2018
CountRateState RateRank
(high=1 to low=67)
Total Removals to Foster Care12548.9 per 10K39.4 per 10K36
Average Monthly Removals to Foster Care10.44.1 per 10K3.3 per 10K36
Reentries to Foster Care21/12516.8%19.9%40.5
Reentries to Foster Care within 12 months of Previous Discharge10/1258%7.2%21
Removals for Neglect72/12558%53%17
Removals for Caretaker Drug or Alcohol Use82/12566%51%13.5
Removals for Physical Abuse6/1255%11%61
Removals for Caretaker Inability to Cope39/12531%18%9.5
Removals for Inadequate Housing28/12522%11%5
Removals for Incarceration26/12521%9%4
Removals for Child Behavior1/1251%2%39.5
Removals for Abandonment11/1259%8%21.5
Removals for Sexual Abuse3/1252%4%44
Discharged within 1 Month of Removal1/1161%3%41.5
Permanence within 12 months of April 2016 through March 2017 Removal39/8944%42%25.5
IV-E Reimbursed in Removal Cohort (excludes latest 6 months)1/582%7%47.5

Indian River County Children in Foster Care
During April 2017 through March 2018
CountRateState RateRank
(high=1 to low=67)
Children in Region on March 31 201825,543nana31
AIAN Children on AIAN Lands in Region on March 31 2018nananana
Children in Care on March 31 201713252.0 per 10K58.0 per 10K48
Children in Care on March 31 201815260.0 per 10K58.0 per 10K39
Average Daily Children in Care14055.0 per 10K58.1 per 10K44
Total Out of Home Placement-Days on March 31 201859,22723,187.0 per 10K26,140.0 per 10K41
Total Children Served in Foster Care During April 2017 through March 2018 257nana35
Total Days Children Spent in Foster Care During April 2017 through March 2018 50,44019,751.0 per 10K21,213.0 per 10K45
Total Days Children Spent Out of Home During April 2017 through March 2018 50,44019,751.0 per 10K21,213.0 per 10K45
Average Monthly Foster Care Costs During April 2017 through March 2018 97,17238,051.0 per 10K22,998.0 per 10K11
Children in Congregate Settings on March 31 20183011.7 per 10K6.4 per 10K10
Children In Care with Both TPRs on March 31 20185019.6 per 10K13.2 per 10K28
17-Year-Olds In Care with Both TPRs on March 31 201862.3 per 10K0.7 per 10K7
Children in Non-Relative Foster Care on Last Day56/15237%43%51
Children in Relative Foster Care on Last Day61/15240%43%47.5
Children in Pre-Adoptive Home on Last Day4/1523%2%15
Children in Group Home on Last Day20/15213%9%10.5
Children in Institution on Last Day10/1527%2%2
Children in Home Visit on Last Day0/1520%0%34
Children in Runaway on Last Day1/1521%1%14.5
Children in ILP on Last Day0/1520%0%34
Children Investigated for Maltreatment in Care during September 2016 through August 2017 27/22611.95%10.18%19
Children Victimized in Care during September 2016 through August 2017 10/2264.42%1.79%4
Children Victimized in Care during September 2016 through August 2017 by Parent8/2263.54%0.64%2
Children Victimized in Care during September 2016 through August 2017 by Foster Parent or Facility Staff0/2260%0.04%38.5
Children Over 12 in Group Settings on March 31 201819/3063%64%41
Placement Moves During First 12 Months In Care per 1,000 Child-Days126/19,4346.5 Per 1K Days5.6 Per 1K Days13.5
Placements Moves Toward Permanency25/6340%25%3.5
Lateral Placements Moves28/6344%58%59.5
Placements Moves Away from Permanency10/6316%17%36.5
IV-E Reimbursement Rate, Children In Care on March 31 20187/1525%8%36.5
Long Term Foster Care Plan Goal, Children In Care on March 31 20180/1520%0%34
Median Length of Stay, Children In Care on March 31 201713210.4 months9.7 months18
Median Length of Stay, Children In Care on March 31 20181527.2 months10.7 months58
Permanency within 12 Months, Children In Care on March 31 201781/13261%48%13
Permanency within 12 Months, Children with Both TPRs In Care on March 31 201732/9833%28%17
In Care Over 18 Months on March 31 201829/15219%30%48.5
In Care Over 24 Months on March 31 201818/15212%18%38.5
In Non-Relative Care Over 24 Months on March 31 201816/15211%14%31.5
In Non-Relative Care Over 24 Months with Both TPRs on March 31 201816/16100%64%6.5
In Care Over 18 Months on March 31 2017 Permanent within 12 Months23/4058%46%21
In Care Over 24 Months on March 31 2017 Permanent within 12 Months10/2737%41%37.5
Entering 18th Month In Care during April 2016 through March 2017 Permanent within 12 Months30/4271%53%14

Indian River County Children Discharged
During April 2017 through March 2018
CountRateState RateRank
(high=1 to low=67)
Total Discharges97/25,53838 per 10K36.9 per 10K47
Children Discharged for Reunification28/9729%48%58
Children Discharged for Relative0/970%0%36
Children Discharged for Adoption60/9762%25%2.5
Children Discharged for Transfer0/970%0%34.5
Children Discharged for Emancipation6/976%6%24
Children Discharged for Guardianship3/973%20%62
Children Discharged for Runaway0/970%0%33.5
Children Discharged for Death0/970%0%36.5
Children Discharged for Unknown0/970%1%44.5
Median Length of Stay in Foster Care9717.3 months12.8 months13
Median Months from Removal to Reunification Discharge286.8 months9.1 months51.5
Median Months from Removal to Relative Discharge0na9.0 monthsna
Median Months from Removal to Guardianship Discharge36.8 months12.7 months60
Median Months from Removal to Adoption Discharge6020.1 months24.2 months52
Reunified within 72 Hours0/280%2%48.5
Reunified within 12 Months22/2879%68%16
Adopted within 24 Months43/6072%49%14
Adopted within 48 Months60/60100%95%14.5
Median Months from Removal to TPR Among Adoptions During Latest 12 Months6014.6 months15.9 months44
Median Months from TPR to Final Adoption Among Adoptions During Latest 12 Months606.7 months7.3 months33.5
In Care 12+ Months at Age 16, Discharged to Permanency by Age 181/250%38%25.5
In Care with Both TPRs at Age 16, Discharged to Permanency by Age 181/250%48%25
Adoption Discharges60/25,53823.5 per 10K9.2 per 10K7
Non-Permanent Discharges6/25,5382.3 per 10K2.6 per 10K36.5
Non-Permanent Discharges Among Children with Both TPRs1/612%4%35.5
Discharged Runaways Under 18 on March 31 2018139.1 per 1M23.7 per 1M29.5
Children Victimized within 6 Months After Discharge during March 2016 through February 2017 2/1061.9%2.4%29.5
Children Discharged for Reunification April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months2/326.2%8.7%37
Children Discharged for Relative April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months0/0na0%na
Children Discharged for Adoption April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months0/410%0%31.5
Children Discharged for Transfer April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months0/20%0%3.5
Children Discharged for Emancipation April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months0/70%0%28
Children Discharged for Guardianship April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months0/110%2.7%48
Children Discharged for Runaway April 2016 through March 2017 Reentering within 12 Months0/0nanana

Indian River County Child and Family Services Review Measures
During April 2017 through March 2018
CountRateState RateRank
(high=1 to low=67)
Maltreatment Reports During October 2016 through September 2017 1,85160.4 per 10K62.1 per 10K56
Substantiated Maltreatment Victims During October 2016 through September 2017 2076.7 per 10K7.1 per 10K47
Removals During Period1254.1 per 10K3.3 per 10K36
In-care on March 31 201815260.0 per 10K58.0 per 10K39
Total Children Servednananana
Discharges During Period97nana36
S1.1: Non-Recurrence of Substantiated Maltreatment within 6 Months 112/12093.3%94.5%53
S1.2: Non-Maltreated by Foster Parent or Facility Staff October 2016 through September 2017 230/230100%99.97%29.5
C1.1: Discharged to Reunification or Relative within 12 Months22/2879%66%16
C1.2: Discharged to Reunification or Relative Median Length of Stay286.8 months9.4 months54.5
C1.3: Removed During 6-Months before April 01 2017, Discharged to Reunification or Relative7/2726%31%41.5
C1.4: Discharged During 12-Months before April 01 2017, Reentering within 12 Months2/326.2%12.9%50.5
C2.1: Discharged to Adoption within 24 Months43/6072%49%14
C2.2: Discharged to Adoption Median Length of Stay6020.1 months24.2 months52
C2.3: In-care 17+ Months on April 01 2017, Adopted During Period23/4058%37%13
C2.4: In-care 17+ Months on April 01 2017, Freed for Adoption During First 6 Months of Period3/3100%28%1.5
C2.5: Legally Freed April 2016 through March 2017 , Adopted within 12 Months40/5277%61%15
C3.1: In-care 24+ Months on April 01 2017, Permanent By 18th Birthday10/2737%40%36.5
C3.2: Discharges to Permanency Among Legally Free Children60/6198%96%29.5
C3.3: Emancipated After In-care 3+ Years1/617%28%38.5
C4.1: Two or Fewer Placement Settings, In-care <12 Months122/15280%81%48.5
C4.2: Two or Fewer Placement Settings, In-care 12 to 24 Months41/6662%66%51
C4.3: Two or Fewer Placement Settings, In-care Over 24 Months13/3735%43%49

Indian River County Court Improvement Program Reporting Measures
During April 2017 through March 2018
CountRateState RateRank
(high=1 to low=67)
CIP1.1: Free for Adoption or Living with Family within 15 Months of January 2016 through December 2016 Removal81/8991%79%9.5
CIP1.2: Discharged within 1 Month of Removal1/1251%3%41
CIP1.3: Permanent within 12 Months of April 2016 through March 2017 Removal39/8944%42%25.5
CIP1.4: In Care Over 24 Months on March 31 2017 Permanent within 12 Months10/2737%41%37.5
CIP1.5: TPRs Completed during Latest 12 Months within 15 Months of Removal14/2850%48%25.5
CIP1.6: In Care with Both TPRs on March 31 2017 Permanent within 12 Months32/9833%28%17
CIP1.7: In Care 12+ Months at Age 16, Discharged to Permanency by Age 181/250%38%25.5
CIP1.8: In Care 12+ Months with Both TPRs at Age 16, Discharged to Permanency by Age 181/250%48%25

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