child welfare service

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an administrative unit responsible for social work concerned with the welfare and vocational training of children

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The court has supported the joint application submitted by the children's parents and the Child Welfare Service at the hearing on Tuesday 17 April.
The Child Welfare Service had submitted that there was no need to uphold the care order and it was in the best interest of the kids to return to their home country.
In addition, major findings from this and other research are identified, with clarification of the implications for practice if child welfare services are to become more responsive to the needs of children and families.
The Child Welfare Service has, on the basis of an expert assessment, concluded that it is in the children's best interests that they return home to India with their uncle," a statement by the Service said.
However, when NDTV contacted the head of Norway's Child Welfare Services, he denied the reports.
Adoption standards were followed by standards for homemaker service, foster family care service, child protective service, services to unmarried parents, day care service, group care, services to children in their own homes, residential treatment, community planning and organization of child welfare services, administration and organization of child welfare services, and state child welfare services.
The Child Welfare Service and the children's parents submitted a joint claim to the court stating that there is agreement that the conditions for the children being taken into care have been met, and there is no need to uphold the care order as the measures taken are considered to be sufficient in that the uncle is to take over the care of the children.
They discuss child abuse and neglect and foster care caseloads; analyze the impact of program funding on services to assess child abuse reports; consider the characteristics of these reports and their relationship to services; and discuss the factors involved in the child welfare service careers of children and common placements like kinship and specialized foster care and group homes.
This paper explores how Norwegian Child Welfare Service (CWS) workers present their reasons as well as their work processes in the course of deciding to place children in out-of-home care.
Child welfare service offices in five North Carolina counties started using technology this week in a pilot project that will contribute to improving the safety, permanency and well-being of children and families.
vein Kjetil Svendsen, a lawyer representing Anurup and Sagarika Bhattacharya, said that the couple has reached an agreement that will be presented to the Child Welfare Service.
Multivariate logistic regression analyses reveal that mothers with one or more homeless episodes and mothers living in low-income neighborhoods have significantly greater risk of child welfare service involvement (OR = 5.
The OACAS is overseeing the development and implementation of the new child welfare information system to streamline and enhance child welfare service delivery.
At the end of this process, the Child Welfare Service in Stavanger concluded that the children's uncle should be awarded care of the children, so that he could take them back to India to be with their extended family there.
ICF Caliber's specialized knowledge and proven track record in partnering with the Children's Bureau will give HHS the resources to support States and Tribes in improving their child welfare service systems.
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