A child welfare agency shall not be incorporated in this state unless the articles of incorporation have first been examined and approved by the state department. Proposed amendments to such articles of incorporation shall likewise be subject to the examination and approval of the state department.
(a) The Department of Health and Human Resources and the Division of Juvenile Services shall annually review its programs and services and submit a report by December 31, of each year to the Governor, the Legislature and the Supreme Court of Appeals. This report shall analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of the programs and services being carried out by the Department of Health and Human Resources or the Division of Juvenile Services. That report shall include, but is not limited to:
(1) An analysis and evaluation of programs and services continued, established and discontinued during the period covered by the report;
(2) A description of programs and services which should be implemented to further the purposes of this article;
(3) Relevant information concerning the number of juveniles comprising the population of any rehabilitative facility during the period covered by the report;
(4) The length of residence, the nature of the problems of each juvenile, the juvenile's response to programs and services; and
(5) Any other information as will enable a user of the report to ascertain the effectiveness of the facility as a rehabilitative facility.
(b) The Department of Health and Human Resources and the Division of Juvenile Services shall prepare a descriptive catalogue of its juvenile programs and services available in local communities throughout this state and shall distribute copies of the same to every juvenile court in the state and, at the direction of the juvenile court, the catalogue shall be distributed to attorneys practicing before the court. The catalogue shall:
(1) Be made available to members of the general public upon request:
(2) Contain sufficient information as to particular programs and services so as to enable a user of the catalogue to make inquiries and referrals; and
(3) Be constructed so as to meaningfully identify and describe programs and services.
(c) The requirements of this section are not satisfied by a simple listing of specific agencies or the individuals in charge of programs at a given time. The catalogue shall be updated and republished or supplemented from time to time as may be required to maintain its usefulness as a resource manual.