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FR52_FR821_Alpes de Haute-Provence Departmental plan for children and families 2016-2020_2016

Name of the country France
Sector Social care
Name of the document (original) Schéma enfance et famille 2016-2020 Alpes de Haute-Provence
Name of the document (English) Alpes de Haute-Provence Departmental plan for children and families 2016-2020
Administrative level Departmental (NUTS 3)
Type of the document Strategy
Year of adoption 2016
Foreseen duration 2020
Sector Social care
Territorial unit (NUTS/LAU) FR821
Authority Department
Availability in English No
Legally binding Non binding
SGI coverage SSGI
Integration as a concept Yes
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Description This policy is implemented in a broad framework, consistent with national and departmental policies and is based on a local partnership.
Major objectives [5/5]
- A focus on education and key role of family which need to be supported in its rights and duties
- The need to develop actions for prevention and educational support
- The coordination of interventions following child interest
- Adapting the services to the children and families needs by taking account of their resources and potentials
- The need of a better knowledge to assess the orientations and actions led in order to adapt the implemented policy
Short Summary The department is in charge of establishing a social organisation plan, following the 2002-2 Act. This plan reflects the political and strategical guidelines of the departmental council for the five next years, which of them are maternal and child protection.
Following the Act of March 5th 2007, about childhood protection, it aims to develop the prevention policy, foster the family and children-dedicated interventions and adapt them to their needs.

The departmental council invited all the actors working in this field to be a part of this reflection.
This policy has to be implemented in a broad framework, consistent with national and departmental policies and has to be based on a local partnership.
After a first survey, working groups brought together more than 41 organizations and 120 professionals, and defined priority areas of the departmental policies towards children and family. Those priorities are split up into 24 factsheet.
The childhood protection is often understood through the orphans view, but it is essential to know that prevention is as much important as protection.
Therefore this plan recognizes the role of parents as well as the need to take account of the superior interest of the child:
- A focus on education and key role of family which need to be supported in its rights and duties
- The need to develop actions for prevention and educational support
- The coordination of interventions following child interest
- Adapting the services to the children and families needs by taking account of their resources and potentials
- The need of a better knowledge to assess the orientations and actions led in order to adapt the implemented policy

With these principles and the assessment of the previous departmental plan, 4 lines have been sustained:
1. The development of prevention actions and parenthood support
2. The adapting services offer to the children and families needs
3. The reception and support of minors in difficult situations
4. The observation and assessment of the plan
Centralised/decentralised Decentralised
Governance model
Public services
Concession
Public-private partnership
Co-operative
Others
Comments
Measures 1. The development of prevention actions and parenthood support
2. The adapting services offer to the children and families needs
3. The reception and support of minors in difficult situations
4. The observation and assessment of the plan
Type of finance
EU
Federal/national
State/cantonal/provincial
Regional
Local
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Public
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Federal/national
State/provincial/departmental
Regional
Inter-communal
Local
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