Children’s Services Fund Overview
Clay County Children’s Services Fund (CCCSF) was created in 2017 following voter approval of a designated one-quarter of a cent sales tax. The Fund provides grants to organizations offering services that protect the well-being and safety of children and youth and strengthen their families. Liberty Public Schools is so grateful for CCCSF’s support to allow us to provide the following high quality supplemental services to our students.
Student & Family Services
Children's Services Fund (CSF) provides services to protect the well-being of children and strengthen families. Crittenton Children's Center, Dr. Joan Augustyn, Synergy Services, and Tri-County Mental Health (TCMH) have partnered with LPS to extend care to students and families. Services include therapy, resiliency services, behavioral support, case management, coaching, and psychiatric referrals.
For more information, contact your child’s school counselor or school social worker.
Children's Services Fund (CSF) provides services to protect the well-being of children and strengthen families. In addition to providing direct services to students and families, CSF also provides funding for a multitude of in-direct services to support Social-Emotional Learning within the LPS community. Indirect supports include funding for Panorama, Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports (PBIS), Signs of Suicide, Conscious Discipline, and What If Puppets. CSF has also made it possible for LPS staff to attend Social-Emotional Learning-focused conferences, including PBIS, Restorative Practices, Trauma-Informed Care, and ongoing training for LPS mental health professionals.
Dr. Jessica Meisenheimer
Director of Special Programs
Contact the school counselor or social worker at your child’s school if you would like more information about CSF services.