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Child Care Reporting--Child Protective Services


CPS Override

Description

The Child Protective Services (CPS) Override box is used to indicate the family is a CPS referral and allows the agency to leave the Monthly Family Income field on the CDD-801B report blank.

Where to Find It

On the CD-9600 form, look at the space under Section II, "Family Eligibility and Reason for Needing Services, A. Family Eligibility Status, Protective Services" box.

Rules and Guidelines

  • This information is only necessary for CPS-referred families in which family income is not collected. It allows the Monthly Family Income field to be blank.
  • Do not use the CPS Override if Monthly Family Income is known.

FAQs About the CPS Override

Question 1

What if we do collect Monthly Family Income for a particular CPS Case? Do we check this box?

Answer

No. You do not have to check the box when you report income for a CPS case. However, you still should indicate CPS as the Reason for Receiving Child Development Services.

Questions:   CDMIS Staff | cdmis@cde.ca.gov | 916-445-1907
Last Reviewed: Monday, August 17, 2015

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