Child Welfare Dashboards

A list of graphically oriented child welfare dashboards provide statewide and local agency child welfare performance summary data pertaining to child safety, permanency, and well-being.  A child welfare dashboard archive library is also available.



  • Access Dashboard provides cumulative information related to Access screening decisions and trends in Wisconsin for the calendar year.




  • Out-Of-Home Care (OHC) Discharges are three dashboards currently available pertaining to children discharged from Out-Of-Home Care (OHC).  They provide summary information specific to legal permanence, adoption, and aging out.
  • Placement Stability Dashboard presents statewide and county summary information related to child placement stability as a result of the measurement of two or fewer placements per episode.
  • Re-Entry Into Out of Home Care (OHC) Dashboard provides statewide and county summary data pertaining to children re-entering OHC within 12 months of reunification with parent(s) or living with relatives.


  • Provider Performance Based Measures are three dashboards currently available pertaining to contract placement providers by agency category.  They provide a performance evaluation of identified measures.



  • Caseworker Contacts Dashboard provides cumulative information related to monthly caseworker visit requirements in Wisconsin for the federal fiscal year to date.


  • Child and Parent Needs and Services Dashboards:   As a result of the most recent federal Child and Family Services Review (CFSR), Wisconsin has developed a strategy to improve family engagement and well-being. Specifically, to analyze Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) data to identify gaps in well-being services and subsequently generating recommendations for the improvement of those services to children and parents in Wisconsin. 

Dashboard Archive Library Child Welfare Graphs and Reports Directory

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