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by Rowena Fong,Ruth McRoy,Carmen Ortiz Hendricks

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Rowena Fong,Ruth McRoy,Carmen Ortiz Hendricks
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Council on Social Work Education (January 1, 2006)
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Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Family Violence. Article · January 2006 with 1 Reads. Her participants make individual choices about the pathway out of substance abuse, and for some it is much harder than others. The participants are negotiating detox and rehabs with a hope to have a drug-free future. However, structural barriers such as limited education and poor employment prospects hamper the progress of many, nonetheless, they remain both persistent and hopeful.

In R. Fong, R. McRoy, & C. Ortiz Hendricks (Ed., Intersecting child welfare, substance abuse, and family violence: Culturally competent approaches . New York: Basic Books., Intersecting child welfare, substance abuse, and family violence: Culturally competent approaches (pp. 266–290). Washington: CSWE Press. Stories of healing from Native Indian residential school abuse. Master’s thesis, University of Victoria, 1996). ProQuest Digital Dissertations, AAT MQ21907. Fossion, . Rejas, M. Servais, . Pelc, . & Hirsch, S. (2003). Developmental attachment psychotherapy with fostered and adopted children.

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Intersecting child welfare, substance abuse, and family violence: Culturally competent approaches. Hendricks, C. & Fong, C. (2006). Cultural competency and intersectionality: Building practice and redirecting services

Intersecting child welfare, substance abuse, and family violence: Culturally competent approaches. Council on Social Work Education. Culturally competent practice with immigrant and refugee children and families. New York: Guilford Press. Smith, M. & Fong, R. (2004). Cultural competency and intersectionality: Building practice and redirecting services. In R. Fong, . McRoy, & Hendricks, C. (Ed. (pp. 367-388).

Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Culturally Competent .

Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Culturally Competent Approaches. Washington, DC: Council on Social Work Education. such as unrealistic expectations, depression, isolation, substance abuse and domestic violence to increase the likeli-hood of maltreatment (English, 1998, p. 47). According to Garbarino, Kostelny, and Dubrow (1991), child abuse in the poorest neighborhoods is four times the rate in more affluent areas.

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CURRICULUM VITAE RUTH GAIL McROY Donahue and DiFelice Endowed Professor . A cross-cultural treatment approach for families with young children. Intersecting child welfare, substance abuse and violence

CURRICULUM VITAE RUTH GAIL McROY Donahue and DiFelice Endowed Professor Boston College Graduate School of Social Work 306 McGuinn Hall Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts (512) EDUCATIONAL. Freeman (E., Substance abuse treatment: A family systems perspective (pp ). Newbury Park, California: Sage. Intersecting child welfare, substance abuse and violence. Ortiz-Hendricks (Ed., Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse and Family Violence: Culturally Competent Approaches (pp. 3-23).

For social workers, child welfare workers, psychologists, physicians .

For social workers, child welfare workers, psychologists, physicians, teachers, parents-anyone who hopes to better understand transracial and international adoption-this book addresses key developmental, cultural, health, and behavioral issues that can emerge post adoption. It also recommends how to recognize and avoid fraud and coercion and how to navigate the complex laws relating to transracial and intercountry adoptions domestically and abroad. It also addresses specific problems faced by adoptive families with children and youth from China, Russia, Ethiopia, India, Korea, and Guatemala.

Developed from a task force meeting held in 2001 by the Council on Social Work Education, Casey Family Programs, and the University of Texas at Austin School of Social Work, Intersecting Child Welfare, Substance Abuse, and Family Violence examines these three issues in the context of culturally competent social work practice. Eighty percent of child welfare cases include issues with substance abuse and domestic violence. Disproportionately high numbers of these child welfare cases also involve minority families from the four main ethnic groups - African Americans, Latinos, First Nations Peoples, and Asian and Pacific Islanders. Each of the seventeen chapters, written by pioneers in a variety of fields, addresses sociodemographics; the history of child welfare, substance abuse, and family violence; the problems encountered; and the recommendations for future directions in practice, policy, and research. These recommendations challenge educators, policy makers, and researchers to examine the impact of institutional racism and poverty in their role of perpetuating the oppression of people of color. This book is intended to guide national efforts in education and research, organizational change, and policy making.

Council on Social Work Education

We are a nonprofit national association representing individual members and graduate and undergraduate programs of professional social work education. Founded in 1952, this partnership of educational and professional institutions, social welfare agencies, and private citizens is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation as the sole accrediting agency for social work education in this country.

CSWE Press is a niche publisher that addresses the needs of social work educators. Some of our areas of publishing specialty are

-The philosophy, theory, and practice of teaching -The process and evaluation of learning -The organization and structure of social work education -Diversity in all forms in social work practice and education -Social work in multiple contexts

  • great book!

  • Great book :-) would recommend to any cps social worker. Will use in school.and at work as a reference. Thanks