For Direct Service. When a child is under the supervision of DYFS and a juvenile/family crisis occurs, DYFS shall first exhaust all of its available resources in response to the situation. Where such interventions are ineffective, DYFS shall confer with the FCIU to confirm that all community resources, including Mobile Response and Stabilization Services, have been exhausted and that the crisis cannot be stabilized without court intervention. Upon confirming the facts presented by DYFS, FCIU may determine that a juvenile/family crisis continues to exist despite the provision of crisis intervention services and exhaustion of appropriate community services. If a petition is filed, the case nevertheless remains with DYFS for case management. When placement is sought and DYFS placement efforts are not successful and court-ordered placement is required to stabilize the juvenile/family crisis, the FCIU may recommend an out of home placement petition be filed if the case meets the FCIU criteria for court. Once filed, the DYFS worker will prepare a family service plan as provided by law.