Sacramento County Child Protective Services(CPS) investigates child abuse and neglect and provides services to keep children safe while strengthening families. CPS also trains foster parents, acts as an adoption agency, and licenses family daycare homes. We are committed to serving our culturally diverse community with respect, dignity, and excellence. When the situation is not an emergency needing the Police or Sheriff, contact Sacramento County Child Protective Services, 24 hours a day, seven days a week at: 24 Hour Child Abuse Hotline: (916) 875-5437 (875-KIDS)In cases of an immediate emergency always call 911 for Law Enforcement intervention. Mandated Reporter On-line Report
CPS INFORMATION SHEETS
Information Sheet - Mandated Reporter
Information Sheet - Protective Custody
Information Sheet - Quality of Care in Foster Homes and Foster Family Agencies
Information Sheet - Safety in Foster Care
CPS HEARTS for Kids ProgramThe HEARTS for Kids program offers medical, dental and developmental screenings to children in foster care as well as mental health services. CPS Progress ReportsCPS' regular progress reports to the Board of Supervisors.
California Child and Family Services Review (C-CFSR)
The Child Welfare Outcomes and Accountability System to improve child welfare outcomes for children and their families in California.
Guide lists faith-based, community resources for familiesRead about low or no-cost social services available to families. Family To Family: Tools for Rebuilding Foster CareSacramento County is using this model program for improving outcomes for children in foster.
Community Partner Meeting January 10, 2013
On Thursday, January 10, 2013 Sacramento County Child Protective Services (CPS) held a meeting with community partners to review the most recent data on outcome indicators and highlight 2012 activities as well as priorities for 2013.
Day Care Licensing
Foster Home LicensingIndependent Living Program - ILP
Independent Living Program - ILP
Contact Us | Report a Problem | Website Help