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Synonyms for welfare

Synonyms for welfare

a state of health, happiness, and prospering

assistance, especially money, food, and other necessities, given to the needy or dispossessed

Synonyms for welfare

governmental provision of economic assistance to persons in need

something that aids or promotes well-being

a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous

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Studies in Michigan, Minnesota and Texas recommend these action steps for improving child welfare programs.
In their book, Children of the Storm, Billingsley and Giovannoni (1972) reported that black children were largely excluded from the child welfare system up until the end of World War I, and that it was not until the end of World War II that they began to enter the system in large numbers.
However, the head of the Child Welfare Service, Gunnar Toresen, says that the authorities have now been made aware of a conflict in the family that could influence the outcome of the case.
A review of families served by child welfare reveals that many of the families are poor.
Working in child welfare provides mental health counselors opportunities to support struggling families, protect children from harm, and find permanent homes for children who need them.
In this revised and expanded edition of Child Welfare, 21 educators call attention to racial disparities in the child welfare system by demonstrating how practices that are successful for white children are often not similarly successful for African American children.
Scoppetta, highlights the injustice of child welfare practice that relies on child removal.
Again, fingers were pointed at child welfare workers: Abandoned by his mother as a newborn at the hospital, he had been returned to his parents from foster care just seven months before his death.
This testimony is based on findings from three reports issued in 2003 and addresses the following: (1) states' use of Title IV-B funds in providing a wide array of services to prevent the occurrence of abuse, neglect, and unnecessary foster care placements, as well as in providing other child welfare services; (2) factors that hinder states' ability to protect children from abuse and neglect; and (3) the Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) role in helping states to overcome these challenges.
The manifest exploitation of these children, sometimes as young as ten or twelve years old, inspired the activist attention of two concerned Northern constituencies: Progressive reformers who sought to protect child welfare, and organized labor which feared competition from such low-paid workers.
Unlike their counterparts in the same-sex marriage fight, however, gays and lesbians seeking adoption rights often find support among child welfare experts, support that could bolster the drive for marriage equality.
Arnold Schwarzenegger said Thursday he will call for spending $50 million more for child welfare services.
FEDERAL SPENDING ON CHILD WELFARE FY 2004 Other 3% IV-B 5% Medicaid 10% SSBG 11% TANF 20% IV-E 50% Note: Table made from pie chart.
HHS could play a greater role in helping child welfare agencies recruit and retain staff (GAO-03-357).
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