Exploring Human Service
University of Phoenix
What is human Services? Many people have defined it in various ways. A human service is something that has been around for many decades and will remain as long as we continue to help each other out. The profession of human service includes, but are not limited to; Case Workers, Youth Workers, Residential Counselor, Behavioral Management Aid, and Drug Abuse Counselors. The goal of each of these professional is to provide basic human needs, skills, and the tools needed to promote independence to individuals, families, and communities. This history of human services goes as far back to the beginning of time the simple act of teach someone how to hunt to provide food for his or her family is human services. Many of today’s policies, systems of human services and welfare are from earlier century systems. Ethics is an area that human services professional have to obey or risk violations or loss of their license. Many human services works face many different ethical dilemmas.
What is Human Service?
Human services have been around since the beginning of time. Men and women have helped each other with food and shelter throughout the centuries and that simple, but gracious act is what human service is about. Human Service evolves assisting an individual or family that incapable temporally or permanently in providing basic human need for their selves. Over the years many different professions in the human services fields has expanded. “The Human Services profession is one which promotes improved service delivery systems by addressing not only the quality of direct services, but also by seeking to improve accessibility, accountability, and coordination among professionals and agencies in service delivery” (Martin, 2011).When exploring the purpose of Human Services...
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