A Social Worker's Mission

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I Can Relate

As a social worker of 22 years, I worked in the foster care and adoption arena for non-profits for 17 of those years. I can relate to the burnout and grind of the work and the broke system that we in Texas call "substitute care". Unfortunately, I did ended my work in foster care and adoption in 2010 as I could not continue to keep my peace of mind with all the political jousting going on in my state related to foster care and adoption policy. I witnessed a growing decline in good foster care and adoption parents because of the rapid and nonsensible bureaucracy in my state. I still wear my social work cap proudly as I work for the city government with the Department of Health and Human Services. Again, this was a great testimony to the rigor of social work.

Rod Garrett more than 2 years ago

We recognise our social working over 35 years , like all this there is so much social work to do every day & We are doing it to meet the needs of the clients, but Our social work is undervalued all the time... Undervalued social work is Global World problem. It have to be done for upsolving this problem...

We recognise our social working over 35 years , like all this there is so much social work to do every day & We are doing it to meet the needs of the clients, but Our social work is undervalued all the time... Undervalued social work is Global World problem. It have to be done for upsolving this problem...

Efrosina Dinovska more than 2 years ago

Real World Clinical Social Work

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