Each year the Virginia Department of Social Service (VDSS) prepares an Annual Statistical Report to share basic information about the many programs VDSS administers. This report is a reference source for our partners in the social services system, legislative and executive branch agencies, and the general public.
We are happy to announce that beginning this year we are providing users greater flexibility and ease in viewing and exploring the data. Also, we are providing all years of available data. The tool allows you to select specific time periods and data categories to view. Some data sets have additional filters users can turn on or off for viewing. The data can be exported, shared, or printed easily.
The report is organized by major program areas, including: benefit programs, family services, child care, licensing, community and volunteer services, and child support enforcement. Each program area is color coded for easy navigation. For most programs, the report shows statewide caseload and expenditures. Each page provides basic information about the program and some pages contain links to additional information. We hope this information is useful to you and provides an overview of how VDSS is making a difference throughout the Commonwealth.
Dr. Jeff Price
Director – Office of Research and Planning
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Child Care & Development
Child Support Enforcement
Fraud & Overpayment Collections
Shibu Varughese, with the assistance of program staff.
Virginia Department of Social Services
801 East Main Street
Richmond, VA 23219-2901
VDSS Office of Research & Planning