Researching Human Service Agencies 2

Researching Human Service Agencies 2 - What needs do each...

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What needs do each agency meet and what demographic does each agency serve? What or who may have influenced the agency’s decision to meet the needs of this demographic group? What differences have you observed between the ways the two agencies attempt to meet human needs? How successful is each agency in meeting the needs of its demographic group? What challenges may be preventing the agencies from meeting certain needs? The two agencies I choose was from The North Carolina Division of Social Services on Adoption Services and Crisis Intervention Program Adoption Services Some foster children will never go back to their birth family. We are committed to the principle that every one of these children deserves a "forever family". We have the firm belief that a safe, permanent, and nurturing home can be found for any child who needs one. We also firmly believe that we are responsible for enabling this. Adoption Services are designed to find permanent homes for children and to provide support to the families who adopt them. Children
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course HSM 210 taught by Professor Shellymcdowell during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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