By Marlo A. Perry, Rachel A. Fusco (auth.), Helen Cahalane (eds.)
Child welfare is the oldest specialization inside social paintings perform and the one uniqueness region within which social paintings is the host career. This edited quantity offers a special and entire evaluate of perform concerns proper to modern baby welfare pros getting into the sector in addition to these already operating in direct carrier and administration positions. This book’s emphasis on systemic, built-in, and evidence-informed practices on the person, kinfolk, and organizational point is based on baby welfare’s center venture of kid safety, relatives help, and permanency for formative years. This quantity additionally explores the demanding situations and possibilities found in a latest perform surroundings, that are pushed by means of the attainment of outlined results, monetary boundaries, and the necessity for an educated professionalized baby welfare workforce.
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2009). Even when faced with termination of rights to care for their children, parents may fail to complete mandated services for substance abuse, mental health, or parenting (Atkinson and Butler 1996; Butler et al. 1994) and miss regular visits with their children (Perkins and Ansay 1998). ” For example, parents of color generally are offered and receive fewer services through the child welfare system than do their white counterparts (Courtney et al. 1996; Hill 2006; Libby et al. 2006). When parents are not offered services to address the problems that led to child welfare system involvement, they are less likely to make progress towards reunification.
It wasn’t immediately clear what was fueling Dante’s angry outbursts at his stepfather, but later he revealed that both parents were abusing alcohol and his father was physically abusive to his mother and sister. Dante also began carrying a gun and hanging out with a gang that had been known to engage in illegal activities. During his time in out-of-home care, Dante received several diagnoses such as conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder. During his first 3 years in the system, he moved from a residential treatment center to a group home, a wilderness camp, and, lastly, an independent living facility until he aged out at 18.
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Contemporary Issues in Child Welfare Practice by Marlo A. Perry, Rachel A. Fusco (auth.), Helen Cahalane (eds.)