Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas will join with Los Angeles County leaders, including Department of Children and Family Services Director Bobby D. Cagle, Department of Public Health Director Dr. Gloria Ferrer and others to inaugurate the new DCFS Regional Office located in Carson
September 19, 2019 – 1 Civic Plaza Drive, Carson, CA 90746
|What:||Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, DCFS Director Bobby D. Cagle, Department of Public Health Director Dr. Barbara Ferrer, and local community leaders will unveil the new DCFS Compton-Carson Regional Office. The new office will help the County improve its engagement with families, caregivers, community partners and service providers to support children throughout the region. The office will host parent and child visitations, child and family team meetings, foster parents and community gatherings and is an important part of our work with our clients.
|When:||Thursday, September 19, 2019
|Where:||Department of Children & Family Services
1 Civic Plaza Drive
Carson, CA 90745
Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, Second District
Bobby Cagle, Director, Department of Children and Family Services
Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Director Department of Public Health
DCFS clients and staff
About the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS)
The Los Angeles Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) promotes child safety and well-being by partnering with communities to strengthen families, keeping children at home whenever possible, and connecting them with stable, loving homes in times of need. As the largest child protective services agency in the nation, DCFS is responsible for ensuring the safety of more than two million children across 88 diverse cities in Los Angeles County. Established in 1984 to keep children safe and support families in crisis, it is one of the 35 Los Angeles County Departments governed by the five-member Board of Supervisors with nearly 9,000 staff across 20 regional offices, specialized bureaus, and administration that cover a broad array of services and programs. The department is led by Director Bobby D. Cagle – a former foster child and longtime social worker. For more information, visit http://dcfs.lacounty.gov.