Wisconsin Child Welfare Statistical Graphs and Reports
A list of graphically oriented WiSACWIS based reports. Dashboards provides statewide and county specific information at an summary level. Detailed information of dashboard summaries available for authorized WiSACWIS users available within eWReports. Also included as pdf documents, are monthly child welfare activity counts with trend-line graphs and yearly reports.
- Access Dashboard provides cumulative information related to Access screening decisions and trends in Wisconsin for the calendar year, including prior years.
- Initial Assessment (IA) Timeliness and Workload Dashboard provides data on performance in Initial Assessments in the most recent month and in six month trends, including workload detail and prior years.
- Number of Screened-In Reports - Counts of screened-in reports showing Statewide, Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare, (BMCW) and Balance of State totals in pdf format. Includes previous months through 2008.
- The annual Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) Report provides information on reports of abuse, neglect, victims, and maltreaters for a calendar year in pdf format. Archive reports are available starting in 1999.
- The Permanency Monthly Statistics include the count of children at the end of the month by county in pdf format. The trend graph displays placement counts for BMCW, BOS, and SNAP on the last day of the month for the last 6 months. Archive statistics are available through January 31, 2008 although county specific data has only existed as of January 2011.
- The annual Out-Of-Home Care (OOHC) Report provide statewide and county specific counts of child demographics, placement settings along with entry and exit information for a calendar year period in pdf format. Archive reports are available starting in 2006.
- Caseworker Contacts Dashboard provides cumulative information related to monthly caseworker visit requirements in Wisconsin for the federal fiscal year to date including prior years.
Child and Parent Needs and Services Dashboards: As a result of the most recent federal Child and Family Services Review (CFSR), Wisconsin has developed a strategy to improve family engagement and well-being. Specifically, to analyze Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) data to identify gaps in well-being services and subsequently generating recommendations for the improvement of those services to children and parents in Wisconsin.