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Synonyms for caseworker

someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged)

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A first-level caseworker typically makes $31,923, annually, according to The Texas Tribune's Government Salary Explorer database.
The most precarious moment for any child welfare agency is the one in which a caseworker must decide if it is safe enough to leave a child at home with the parents after receiving a report of abuse or neglect.
Martinez told a caseworker that she is innocent and hoped authorities would free her after the case ended.
Dublin, OH, March 21, 2015 --( Chemung County Department of Social Services (DSS) is the first New York county to give caseworkers a mobile tool to help them protect abused and neglected children.
In January, the agency deployed the Genesys Customer Experience Platform, and since then, the delay and desperation that had been hallmarks of the OCS customer experience have been replaced by timely interactions with the agency's 90 caseworkers.
More than 2,000 caseworkers use IBM Enterprise Content Management big data technologies.
The infant girl disappeared Wednesday with her parents from a Molalla apartment complex as a DHS caseworker attempted contact, according to the FBI.
For example, only 15 percent of any state's TANF grant can be used for administrative costs--including caseworker costs--and states must enforce the work requirement, enforce the 60-month assistance limit, and comply with the terms of CSE (HHS, n.d.-b).
Offer both legal advice and - representation through to the European courts if necessary, providing a dedicated caseworker or representative for as long as it takes.
Midland MPs who employ family members Bob Ainsworth (Lab Coventry North *East), the Defence Secretary, employs his wife Gloria Ainsworth as a part-time caseworker and secretarial Assistant.
Results suggest that parent engagement is significantly negatively related to distance from the parent's home to the child welfare agency and length of time the parent spent working with his or her longest running caseworker. Implications for further measure development and directions for future research on parents of children in foster care are presented.
The Llanbradach- born dad of three was described by friends and colleagues as a committed Socialist who worked for many years as Cardiff West MP Kevin Brennan's caseworker and agent.
While chatting to a customer recently, Stuart learned she was a caseworker with the Cleveland branch of SSAFA Forces Help.
She is accused of holding her hand over Bianca's mouth and pinching her nose until the toddler died." The paper states that the new law was enacted following legislators' concerns about "widespread DCFS caseworker and supervisor errors reported in a 2006 News-Democrat series about 53 abused children who died while under the agency's care.
"I have no family who lives here," she told Red Cross caseworker Jesi Betancourt, who answered a toll-free number distributed to military families.