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2004

Social work with children -- California -- Riverside County

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Full-Text Articles in Social Work

A Closer Look At The Professional Relationship Of Children's Social Workers And Teachers In Regard To The Education Of Foster Children, Marnae Latrice Potts, Koumay Yang Jan 2004

A Closer Look At The Professional Relationship Of Children's Social Workers And Teachers In Regard To The Education Of Foster Children, Marnae Latrice Potts, Koumay Yang

Theses Digitization Project

The purpose of this project is to explore the extent of interaction between teachers and foster children's social workers in regard to their education.


A Look At The Court Appointed Special Advocate Program, Natalie Jean Morrison, Leslie Valencia Jan 2004

A Look At The Court Appointed Special Advocate Program, Natalie Jean Morrison, Leslie Valencia

Theses Digitization Project

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) represent children's best interests in juvenile court proceedings. In Riverside County, conflict exists among the child advocates and children's social service workers. This study measures current attitudes and perception of social workers and CASA volunteers in a quest to gain awareness and understanding of any problems in communication that may hinder effective working relationships.


Perceptions Of An Emerging Family Drug Court Program Among Child Welfare And Family Drug Court Professional In Riverside County, Esmeralda Lomeli Jan 2004

Perceptions Of An Emerging Family Drug Court Program Among Child Welfare And Family Drug Court Professional In Riverside County, Esmeralda Lomeli

Theses Digitization Project

This study examined the perceptions of child welfare and family drug court professionals regarding the emerging family drug court program in Riverside County. The following were addressed: what are the strengths of the program, what are challenges or barriers in the program, how do others not involved in the program feel about the program, how the need for the program was recognized, and how child welfare professionals view the future of the program.