Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services Forms

The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is responsible for promoting the well-being and safety of individuals and families in Louisiana. Their main focuses include child welfare, foster care, adoption services, child support enforcement, and assistance programs for families in need. The DCFS works to ensure the protection of children and promote family stability and self-sufficiency. They also offer support services and resources to individuals and families facing various challenges.

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This form is used for mandated reporters in Louisiana to submit a written report of child abuse or neglect.

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This Form is used for submitting additional information or documents to address deficiencies found in a Licensing Deficiency Review (LDR) request in the state of Louisiana.

This form is used for requesting a Licensing Deficiency Review (LDR) in the state of Louisiana.

This Form is used for updating or changing personal information in the state of Louisiana.

This Attestation Form is used for juvenile detention in the state of Louisiana. It is a document that verifies the placement of a juvenile in a detention facility.

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This partnership plan aims to improve the collaboration and communication between caregivers for children and teens in out-of-home care and the Department of Children and Family Services in Louisiana. It outlines strategies and guidelines for better support and coordination.

This Form is used for physicians in Louisiana to notify authorities of newborns exposed to substances.

This Form is used for caregivers in Louisiana to provide supplementary expenditure information.

This document provides a comprehensive guide and checklist for foster caregivers and EFC youth in Louisiana to prepare for emergencies in child welfare situations. It includes important information and steps to ensure the safety and well-being of children in foster care during emergency situations.

This Form is used for reporting the medical and genetic history of your biological family members in the state of Louisiana.

This form is used for filing an Affidavit of Biological Father in the state of Louisiana. It is a legal document that establishes paternity and provides information about the biological father of a child.

This form is used for adopted individuals in Louisiana to provide an affidavit related to their adoption status.

This Form is used for submitting an affidavit as a parent of a deceased biological parent in the state of Louisiana.

This form is used for obtaining an affidavit from the biological mother in Louisiana. It is a legal document that confirms the biological relationship between a mother and child.

This form is used for biological siblings of an adopted person in Louisiana to provide a sworn statement.

This Form is used for filing an Affidavit by a descendant or their parent, in the state of Louisiana, of a deceased adopted person.

This document is used for filing an affidavit by a descendant of a deceased biological parent or their parent (if a minor) in the state of Louisiana.

This form is used for filing an affidavit by a sibling to establish their relationship to a deceased biological parent in the state of Louisiana.

This form is used for adoptive parents in Louisiana to provide an affidavit regarding a minor or deceased adopted person.

This form is used for Louisiana residents to report food lost in a household misfortune for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). It helps individuals in need to receive assistance for the food they lost.

This Form is used for applying for a license to operate a residential home, child placing agency, maternity home, or juvenile detention facility in Louisiana.

This form is used for maternity home providers in Louisiana to update their information with the relevant authorities.

This Form is used for applying for child support services in Louisiana. It is available in both English and Spanish.

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