The Office of Child and Family Services (OCFS) supports Maine's children and their families by providing Children's Behavioral Health, Child Welfare, Early Childhood, and Community services.
2 Anthony Ave
11 State House Station
Augusta, Me 04333-0011
TTY: Maine relay 711
Policy and Prevention Team: The Associate Director of the Policy & Prevention Team oversees four team leaders including: Eligibility, Child Care Services, Policy & Training and Statewide Child Protective Intake. This team manages all of the policy work and training needs for OCFS.
Community Partnerships Team: The Associate Director of the Community Partnerships Team oversees four Team Leaders: Resource Coordinator, Community Services, Behavioral Health Services and Recruitment and Retention Specialist. The team manages all of the contracted services for OCFS.
Intervention and Coordination of Care Team: The Associate Director of Intervention and Coordination of Care oversees the Behavioral Health Program Administrator as well as the eight Program Administrators who oversee the child welfare components of OCFS. The team manages all of the direct care work with children and families that require OCFS intervention.
Accountability and Information Services Team: The Associate Director of Accountability and Information Services oversees three team leaders: Federal Plan/PQI, Title IV-E/Adoption and Information Services. This team manages all the data and quality review needs for OCFS.