CHILD ABUSE WEEK 4 CJHS 410.docx

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1 CHILD ABUSE Sandra Staten CJHS/410 August 7, 2017 Instructor: Christopher Abreu
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2 “Introduction” Children are born to us as babies, to love, protect, and nurture. They are innocent, and depend on use not only for their survival, but to teach them how to thrive, and to educate them to learn how to be good people and become educated productive persons as well. They mimic us. Unfortunately, there are those parents, guardians, care givers, and others that are not deserving of overseeing these children’s lives. They are mean spirited, and do not care about children, and hurt them without remorse. There are others that mental states do not allow them to have the necessary compassion to raise their children, and others who are addicted to drugs, that cannot function well enough to care for them. The following informational mission depicts the designed systems that are in place to aid in helping these unfortunate abused children, aiding them back to some normalcy in their lives, inclusive of their families where possible. “Intervention Strategies;” “How to evaluate these Programs,” ensuring that these children are getting exactly what each of them need individually; and the use of “Research Regarding the Program’s Effectiveness or Ineffectiveness,” shall be discussed in detail in the following pages.
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3 “The Mission of the Program” The mission of children and family’s services across the United States, as they join in partnership with families, the communities, and other government agencies, provides support and services to assist these children and their families that are preferably, the none abusers in reaching their full human potential. Child welfare programs believe that families are, or should be the primary providers for children’s needs. These needs are best met when good listening and open participation in various discussion are made readily available. Whereby, allowing these children an opportunity to communicate their thoughts on the aspects of their safety and wellbeing, which is dependent upon the safety and wellbeing of the all their family members. The mission includes the recognition that families with their children are our future, children and families thrive when they live in permanent settings, that are safe; setting where they can receive support to consistently make positive choices for their common good; experience a sense of sustainable emotional and physical wellbeing; and finally, their abilities to build strong communities through the strengthening of their families. [htt178] “How the Program are Designed”
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4 Child Abuse Programs are designed to work with each family’s unique needs and ensure that the children are living in non-abusive home. The programs goals are to directly serve the needs of the children, to reach those who can and are willing to work with the program, and teach them how they can be a better parent. The program is designed to strengthen the family bonds.
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