HSM 210 Complete Course Assignment (Week 2, 4, 6 and 8)
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HSM 210 Complete Course Assignment (Week 2, 4, 6 and 8)

Course Number: ETHD 101, Spring 2012

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HSM 210 All Assignment Week 2 Assignment; Contemporary Problems There are many problems that are happening in the United States, and the human services are trying their best with the resources they have to help resolve the problems. One problem that is crying for help is the problem of homeless singles in Washington County, Oregon. There are several problems that make it hard to reach the needs of these homeless...

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210 HSM All Assignment Week 2 Assignment; Contemporary Problems There are many problems that are happening in the United States, and the human services are trying their best with the resources they have to help resolve the problems. One problem that is crying for help is the problem of homeless singles in Washington County, Oregon. There are several problems that make it hard to reach the needs of these homeless people. Most of the homeless people do not have good connections with the county and are not able to receive help from them. Due to this lack of connection, there is not an official documented number of exactly how many homeless singles are in the area so they can not document as much information on the problems. Also, the county does not provide a homeless shelter on short notice for the occurrences of a crisis. These homeless people do not have the facilities to clean themselves by bathing, nor do they have a place to go when the weather becomes cold. The homeless population that has laundry to wash is usually stuck wearing their clothes over and over again because there arent any places provided for them to do their laundry. Washington County doesnt provide much general help to singles, and the drop-in setting doesnt meet all of the requirements that are being demanded. A lot of the single homeless people are discouraged to find help in the close city of Portland because the majority of homeless people there are mentally ill and in need of mental help as well, so the County is in need of a program to encourage them to find help in Portland. A few programs exist to get the homeless people help by getting them involved in programs. One program, called the Tri-City Homeless Coalition strives to find housing programs and supportive services for the homeless. They hope by offering these two programs that theyll help the homeless get into a permanent home with a beneficial job that will allow them to continue life with less hardship. They offer several services to help people get back on their feet. According to the TCHCs website, they have case management, job counseling and placement, life skills classes, financial literacy training, parenting classes, childrens programs, drug and alcohol counseling, mental health counseling, and support groups. They also provide options for housing that include emergency shelter, rental subsidies, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing. The corporation wants to help families that have encountered crisis and to stop them from being nomadic through living in their cars or renting hotel rooms until they are out of money. They have a website that asks for donations which is helping fund the program to be more successful, and in the past 20 years they went from just offering beds and food to offering housing and services to help people recover from crisis in their lives. The Salvation Army Homeless Services Department is also striving to mend the problem of people living without a permanent home. Starting in the 1880s, the service has been around for many years. According to their website, they have serviced seven homeless shelters, a drop in center for homeless adults, three homeless outreach programs, an SRO for formerly homeless veterans, three employment programs, and one program that assists homeless people to return to their homes. They have programs that include Adult Services, Assessment Shelters, Employment Programs, Family Programs, Mental Health Programs, and Outreach Programs. The website has tabs that you can volunteer or donate, as well as information on the various services that the foundation provides. Hopefully with all the various programs that are striving to better the lives of the people that have met challenges and crisis of life, these homeless people will find themselves back in a stable home with a steady job that can provide for their families. A lot of people need to realize that people arent homeless by choice, and that they have met great crisis that screams for assistance for them to get their lives back on track. Along with the services that are provided to the people in need, they wont just be provided with a place to live, they will also be provided with the counseling and services to keep their lives on a healthy right track pace. References The WA County 10 Year Plan to End Homelessness. No author. Last accessed on 6/12/2008.http://www.co.washington.or.us/deptmts/hse_serv/10yrhome/needsassess1107.pdf http://www.tricityhomeless.org/Programs/programs.html Administrative Office: 40849 Fremont Blvd. Fremont, CA 94538 Phone: (510) 657-7409 Fax: (510) 657-7293 Site design and development by Hopeworks 'N Camden The Salvation Army Homeless Services Department. Last accessed on 6/12/2008.http://www.salvationarmynewyork.org/services_and_programs/hsd.htm HSM 210 Week 4 Assignment; Examining Government Regulations The government has put several rules, regulations, and standards on the eligibility to qualify for human services for homelessness. According to the government, Title 42, Chapter 119, a homeless person is one who does not have a regular and adequate nighttime residence, or a person who has a nighttime residence, but it is publicly or privately operated and intended to be a place for temporary living accommodations. There is also a limited amount of funds that are extended to the service due to the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974. This bill bans the increase of funds that are used for these services. However, the next section of the chapter states that, The Comptroller General of the United States may evaluate the disbursement and use of the amounts made available by other subchapters in the bill. So it is something that must be approved by someone at the top, someone who has the most say in what the funds should be provided for. To qualify for these services, you must meet the regulations of having an eligible income, and you must have a clean record from being imprisoned or detained. This rule came from an Act from Congress, or just a state law. The government has taken the homelessness problem as a very serious responsibility feeling that they need to meet the basic human needs while at the same time maintaining respect for the dignity of the people who are out of house and home. The government is trying to achieve this by using public resources or other programs that have been coordinated so they can meet the needs of the homeless because the needs are critical and important for their health. With these public resources and coordinated programs, the government doesnt stop there. The government works to provide funds for these programs and services so that the homeless can have assistance with getting back on their feet. The funding programs are mostly emphasized on the elderly population, the handicapped population, families with children, the Native Americans, and the veterans. The government has a policy for the homeless children of the nation. They make sure that each child of a homeless person has access to free public education that includes preschool. The schools that are provided to these homeless kids are the same schools that are provided to a non-homeless child. In the case of a residency requirement to attend the public school, the government will come in and take the appropriate steps to revise the laws, regulations, practices and policies to make sure that everyone can attend a school. They are trying to keep the education systems from separating the students from mainstream schooling environments, and they want all children to be challenged to reach the same state requirements of education standards. The government is trying to prohibit the separation of children in their education because of the quality of education that is being received. Along with the offering of free public education and changing rules of residency, the government has to speculate to make sure that the children are provided with all the proper immunizations to attend the school environment. The government also provides services to make sure that the children attending these schools have a way to get there. If the bus route is not an option, they will provide assistance in transportation. They like to refer to their service as a slogan called No Child Left Behind. The impact that the government has on the homeless people is a great impact. They dont punish the homeless people because they havent survived the fittest challenges, but they provide them with many services and opportunities to better themselves or to end their continued struggle to get out of the poverty level. If it werent for this government assistance in aiding the homeless with opportunities to better themselves, like requiring schools to let them get a free education like everyone else, it promises a better future for their family to end the suffering of poverty. This is a good insight for the children born into homeless families because they know that there is hope for a bright future and that they arent destined to a life of homelessness and poverty. The few obstacles that the government might face with meeting the needs of these people are that the people who are homeless are not identified with the government so they no have idea that these people even exist. Another problem is the pride of most middle class Americans. These are the people who have a home but cant pay for it, and are in so much debt that they cant even begin to cover the expense of having a child. These people often have too much pride because they want to fit into society and not be seen as the person mooching off the government so they will remain unspoken, yet their family is in desperate need of help. I believe the changes in the social policy of being a homeless individual or a homeless family would be better off if there was less of a stigma on receiving governmental aid such a food stamps or Medicaid. So many people have chosen to suffer through poverty because of the bad image of receiving governmental assistance, and therefore they end up being even worse off than a lot of other people who have changed lives from receiving the services. This would mean that it is not such a bad thing to need help from the government, and hopefully that would account for a better turnout in the homeless rate and the poverty levels disappearing. References US House Code. (2008). Retrieved December 10, 2008, from http://uscode.house.gov/uscodecgi/fastweb.exe?getdoc+uscview+t41t42+6960+0++42%3Acite %20w US Department of Education. (2008). Retrieved December 13, 2008, from http://www.ed.gov/policy/elsec/leg/esea02/pg116.html Homeless guidance. (2008). Retrieved December 13, 2008, from http://www.oakland.k12.mi.us/portals/0/SpecialEd/eLibrary/LawPolicy/Federal/NCLB_Homeles s_guidance_7-04.pdf HSM 210 Week 6 Assignment; Prevention I believe that there are a few preventative strategies to go about preventing homelessness. I think that the primary prevention strategy, which is designed to prevent disorders or dysfunctions, would be best suited in this situation. It is essential that homeless people need to learn new skills to get into a job atmosphere, and they also need help to prevent them from falling into the slump of alcoholism, depression, or even abuse. These people need to be taught new ways to deal with their stresses of trying to find a place for their family, because the homeless population is probably one of the most stressed groups of people that are out there. On top of the everyday stresses of life, they have to deal with the depressing fact that they do not have a house, food, or any money to provide any of these things for themselves or their families. The prevention of disorders is extremely crucial to the homeless as well, because they can also find themselves going mentally insane without any hope or help, and a future of dim and dark hopes with no chance of seeing light again. Along with preventative measures, they need to be shown that there is a way out of poverty, but you just have to reach out to someone for help to receive it. According to the text, in the past, we have used efforts to help control poverty and homelessness, and it was deemed as the union movement. The way they planned for this to work was help from the settlement houses, other institutions and liberal political leaders. (Brooks, Cole) These unions tried to increase opportunities for the poor people to get out of poverty along with the pitfalls that come with it. They started off by changing the minimum wage laws and the unemployment insurance. (Brooks, Cole) The benefits of this caused people to have a large increase in resources. According to Wikipedia, there are three top reasons that people find themselves in the pitfalls of homelessness. The top three are; the lack of affordable housing, the lack of pay, and the problems of mental illnesses. The first reason, the lack of affordable housing, is the main reason that people become homeless. There have been efforts to prevent this by the formation of the organization called the National Low Income Housing Coalition. This organization tries to provide shelters to the homeless, but they run into problems with funding and are not able to fulfill the needs of the homeless. The website at Wikipedia states that there is a policy measure named the National Housing Trust Fund, and it is designed to secure funding but it has not yet been made a law. The second reason, of homelessness, according to the website is the lack of pay, or income. Even people who are not homeless often find themselves scraping up pennies to try and get by. Since the cost of living is on the constant rise with the rise of housing prices, food, gas, and living, it is hard to have money to provide anything for your family, especially if you are in poverty and you dont have a promising job. The nation has started a campaign called the Universal Living Wage, which indexes the base wage of a particular locality with its respective cost of living. The number three reason for becoming or staying homeless is the problem with mental illness. This is where I think that primary prevention would help fix a lot of the base problems. Since many homeless people are depressed, or become depressed by their life situations, it is extremely necessary for them to get help dealing with stress, coping with their life, and doing something about it to fix it. Legislation has proposed the Bringing America Home Act, which would provide comprehensive and available treatment for all. My suggested solution to these people is that they seek help. Not only help overcoming mental illnesses, but seeking help through reaching out to organizations. After researching the attempted solutions to the main problems of homelessness, it seems that the biggest problem with most of the solutions are getting the bills to pass and also finding the funds to keep the organizations going. The government would be affected by these solutions because they are required to fund the organizations when they create them, and it would be a never ending cycle of trying to find money or redirect money to the poverty issue. Most issues have been thought of, and many solutions have been made to prevent the poverty problems, but every time there is a problem, it is traced back to lack of funds. These obstacles are the biggest ones since it is hard to find funds. It would be helpful to start campaigns to get people to donate money, or to make massive fund raisers that raise the awareness of poverty, and hopefully that would spark public opinion and social policy to get people to donate to the cause of solving the problem of poverty. This would be a good place to start major programs that make an issue popular with the public so it will get more money and attention. I also think that counseling services should be more available as well, because the homeless need massive amounts of help to cope with their daily lives and pull themselves out of poverty. I think that if everyone was made aware of the seriousness of poverty and that it can be helped with everyones help, that it wouldnt be as big of a problem. It would be a dream to see businesses work together to provide funds, facilities, and counseling to help prevent the issues of poverty. References: Wikipedia.com, URL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homelessness_in_the_United_States#Fighting_poverty Last accessed on January 8, 2009. Brooks, Cole. Human Services in Contemporary America. A division of Thomson Learning. Copyright 2004. Page 305. HSM 210 Week 8 Assignment; Characteristics and Skills To begin my human services career, I find counseling a great place to start. I am a great listener, and I am always trusted by my peers to be a good listening person to help them express themselves. I think people can learn a lot about life by listening to others and providing a helping hand to them because they truly need it. I am currently working on my associates degree in Human Health Administration, and I feel that I have the characteristics it takes to be an extremely effective counselor. I have great empathy for people who talk for me, and I can always understand where they are coming from even if I have never been there myself, I learn to appreciate them for what they have overcome. With an open mind, I am always able to share my own experiences with kindness and similarity to the person with whom I am speaking. I have great deals of patience, an undying desire to help, and I am a very accepting person. In my younger years, I was always very accepting of people which resulted in my having friendships with everyone. As the Assistant Director for Internship Programs at a University, I would be able to help students get a head start on tackling their internships. I would go about it in my effervescent personality style to propel them to be excited about what they do. I do not meet all of the requirements such as having a masters degree in counseling or student development, but I am currently working on bettering my education and I feel that if you chose me to fill in this position that I would bring a sense of community to the faculty and employers by contributing to the team with a positive attitude. With my past experience with project management and program planning as a residential assistant to student life at University of Northern Colorad, I believe youd be making a great decision to hire me as the new Assistant Director for Internship Programs.

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