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    Child welfare is a system of financial‚ medical‚ psychological‚ and social services for children and parents. Such services—commonly provided by governments‚ international organizations‚ and private agencies—seek to ensure the safety and healthy development of children. They work to help children meet their basic needs‚ resolve their psychological and social problems‚ and attain their full potential. Child welfare services vary from one community to another. Some child welfare programs fund health

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    Agency Review in Child Welfare Ian Schneider University of South Florida Helping Families in Crisis with Mental Health and Addiction Services; the preceding is the tag line for the MG‚ Inc. not-for-profit organization. The company prides itself on services provided to the Manatee County community in an effort prevent addictions‚ educate its citizens‚ and to help those in need to utilize specialty services such as child welfare‚ rape crisis‚ and community outreach. The Florida licensed company

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    aren’t always effective‚ rational‚ or socially just (Argosy‚ 2013). An important social problem at hand is child welfare. “The protection of children from harm by their families and the provision of safe havens for children who are maltreated in their home environment are the twin goals of child welfare policy” (Jimenez‚ 2013). Child welfare policies were formulated to end problems of child abuse‚ maltreatment‚ or neglect by enforcing certain expectations and requirements of the safety of all children

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    Child Hunger and Welfare in America Fan Wang Binghamton University October 12‚ 2013 Some people said that the United States is a "children’s paradise." However‚ poor families and children are not so fortunate‚ and many of them are suffering from hungry. The effect of childhood hunger is terrible‚ whatever in the aspect of physical and mental‚ future development or education. President Obama in the presidential campaign and after winning has vowed to “eliminate child hunger phenomenon

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    Child Welfare was established in 1830 through 1860 for poor children running the streets. The end of the 19th century you had more child welfare offices formed‚ but they rarely went into the home and got involved. In 1989‚ Florence Davenport-Hill published a book called; “Children of the state‚” which explain these children were being abused in these homes run by the state. By 1919‚ every state had a juvenile court had the authority to come in on cases from neglect and abuse. The national commission

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    Welfare is the social effort designed to promote the basic physical and material well-being of people in need. Welfare helps many people in need that are struggling with difficulties in their lives. In order to receive welfare‚ you need to qualify for it. Welfare started in the late 1930’s after the Great Depression had taken place. President Franklin Roosevelt began welfare. It started because of the economic problems‚ and to help the families in need. At the time‚ welfare provided materials for

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    To be able to come up with a good child welfare advocacy‚ the group assessed the external and internal situation. This chapter evaluates the situations and trends in a particular advocacy. It provides the information needed for planning. Background of Child Welfare Child welfare is a government- run service for protecting children and young people who are underage which are still vulnerable to abuses like commercial sexual exploitation‚ trafficking‚ child labor‚ and harmful traditional practice

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    Welfare Welfare is a charity to the people‚ organized by the government. There are many issues that are associated with the welfare program. Is society ultimately responsible for the well-being of the poor? If so‚ how do we help those people that are less fortunate? At what cost are we required help them? Are they to be held in any way responsible for themselves? How do we control and reform the way people spend their welfare support? Differentiating between who receives welfare and who

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    Welfare: Individual’s Responsibility or Government? Welfare is known as financial aid to a person or family. It helps with financial and medical aid‚ and healthy and secure living. Some people believe that many people and families are abusing welfare and that’s the reason for the ongoing debate on whether welfare should be the government’s responsibility or the individual’s. Apparently “From across the political and ideological spectrum‚ there is now almost universal acknowledgement that the

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    Welfare is a very hard subject to debate. There are advantages and disadvantages to the current welfare system. Without transfer payments‚ people who have inadequate income would be at risk for having no food‚ no shelter‚ and no healthcare‚ which is both sad and immoral. Sometimes people come across hardships that put them in financially devastating positions. In these cases‚ welfare is needed in order for these people to keep their head above water and maintain their lifestyle. I do not believe

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