PCG Human Services child welfare experts offer a number of consulting service to ensure the efficient operation of these agencies and non profit organizations and their programs in order to meet the critical needs of children under their care.
PCG Human Services also helps state and local juvenile justice, youth probation agencies and non profit organizations to improve operations, increase revenue, and improve service to youths under their care.
As representative payee of trust funds for children in foster care, including Social Security benefits such as Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Retirement, Survivor, and Disability Insurance (RSDI), your agency is tasked with great fiduciary responsibility.
PCG Human Services is ready to assist your state with claiming of federal reimbursement for state child welfare services. PCG Human Services has developed automated systems for all aspects of claim production, including, most recently, the random moment time study (RMTS).
PCG Human Services, a seasoned provider of child welfare consulting services with 25 years of experience in the field, can assist child welfare agencies and provider networks in structuring and calculating the proper rates for providers of foster care, child placing agencies, and residential institutions. We can also help child welfare departments by successfully implementing a structure to collect the cost of care and assess current rate methodologies.
PCG Human Services can maximize the recovery of funds and assess structural and fiscal issues that impede your agency or county’s ability to maximize its revenue. We can also help ensure your agency’s practices are compliant with all federal and state regulations, including Office of Management and Budget (OMB) A-87 (2 CFR Part 225).
Local, county and state agencies are experiencing unprecedented reductions in public dollars across the country, while not being relieved of federally mandated requirements to provide services that ensure the safety, well-being, and permanency of all children under purview.
PCG Human Services has successfully guided and supported state agencies to manage and maximize reimbursements for Medicaid Rehabilitative Services provided to various populations, including adults in residential and out-patient programs, children in foster care, children in juvenile justice programs, and children in school-based programs.
PCG Human Services has successfully guided and supported agencies through the implementation of Medicaid Targeted Case Management (TCM) service billing. We have also reviewed rate setting methodologies and existing programs.
PCG child welfare consulting experts work with non-profit organizations on a variety of subjects to ensure program and financial best practices, the achievement of performance goals, and optimal public-private services coordination.
PCG Human Services is a proven vendor for outsourced operations of state child welfare agencies.
PCG Human Services is a proven quality assurance vendor. Several of our child welfare contracts hold us accountable with accuracy performance standards that we regularly achieve.
PCG Human Services has significant experience with allowability of specific costs composing the per diem rate. We understand the mixture of expenses a state must incur for the payment of services in out-of-home placement as well as some services that might be included in a per diem for in-home services.
PCG Human Services understands the unique requirements of each federal fund source, and understands how using the funds collectively maximizes benefits of the funds and enhances and strengthens the services to the intended clients.
PCG Human Services is a national expert in Title IV-E regulation and eligibility determination guidelines. We have extensive experience in helping states navigate ongoing eligibility determination processes. We can help you ensure federal compliance with your case reviews and help enhance your title IV-E revenue.
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and Department of Appeals Board (DAB) have made landmark rulings with the review of Title IV-E foster care costs in Georgia and Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Increased scrutiny at the federal level to confirm that child welfare agencies are only claiming allowable Title IV-E costs has increased oversight and financial pressures for child welfare agencies and providers across the country.
PCG Human Services™ helps states as they prepare to apply for Title IV-E waivers. PCG can assist with the design, development, and implementation of innovative programs that will improve well being and outcomes for children, and maintain compliance with Administration for Children and Families (ACF) requirements for cost-neutrality.
Public Consulting Group (PCG) is a national leader in the review, development, and administration of Random Moment Time Studies (RMTS). We can help you maximize the recovery of funds and ensure compliance with federal and state regulations regarding the operation of time studies.
PCG Health offers numerous time tracking options and offers its unique software, AlloTrac™, to make time tracking processes uncomplicated and easy to manage. Services include
Mr. Shutt has significant program experience in child welfare, foster care, independent living services, and mental health. His training experience includes extensive opportunities for both foster parents and professionals. Training topics include, but are not limited to Managing Anger, Communication, Personal Power, Child Development, Understanding Youth Behavior, Independent Living, Child Abuse, Grief and Loss, and Caseworker skill development.
Ms. Mitchell brings to PCG Human Services more than 35 years of experience in senior management positions in domestic and international child welfare organizations. Prior to joining PCG in July, 2012, she was CEO of MAPS Worldwide, an international child welfare organization. During her tenure, MAPS Worldwide had programs and offices in 12 countries and 5 US states.
Jennifer MacBlane, a senior consultant with PCG, is a leader in child welfare revenue management and cost containment. Her focus is in assisting child welfare agencies to better serve children within their existing resources, and to help them identify additional resources. Her expertise includes operations management, including workload and performance tracking, as well as forecasting, tracking, and management of federal funds. She also provides budget administration, grant allocation, and revenue maximization assistance.
Kay Casey has over 20 years of experience in federal and state child welfare policy and programs, having worked for the federal Administration for Children and Families (ACF) and the Florida Department of Children and Families prior to joining PCG. She is responsible for the review and assessment of fiscal processing systems that impact a state's ability to identify, document, and report expenditures for federal reporting purposes accompanied with the programmatic impact on the state's system of care.
For more information about PCG Human Service's Child Welfare and Youth Services please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-210-6113.