Making Ends Meet: How Single Mothers Survive Welfare and

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Ubuntu means that people are people through other people. The eleven components and their functions are as follows: Client Information -- recording and accessing information on clients; Service Delivery -- recording of services delivered to clients; Case Management -- development of case plans, monitoring service delivery, progress assessment; Placement -- placement management and matching of children to placement alternatives; Court Processing -- hearing preparation, filing of petitions, generating subpoenas, citations, notices, recording court actions; Caseload -- assignment and transfer of cases; Resource Management -- information on resources available for CWS (services providers, county staff resources, etc.) Program Management -- caseload, county, program-level information for program management purposes; Adoptions -- recording of information for reporting purposes; and Licensing -- information on licensees used in placement decisions.

Pages: 340

Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation (April 17, 1997)

ISBN: 087154234X

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