Field Guide to Child Welfare, Volumes I-IVBy:
Judith S. Rycus
Ronald C. Hughes
Protect children from maltreatment. Identify, strengthen, and preserve the family that is right for each child. Embrace your role as enabler, facilitator, and educator. Promote cultural competence. These are the goals all child professionals commit to and strive for upon entering the profession, but success doesn't come often, and when it does come, it doesn't come easily.
The Field Guide to Child Welfare is an enduring and relevant resource that anchors and guides professionals through the ongoing system and social changes that characterize everyday child welfare practice. More than 1,100 pages in a four-volume set, it is the first comprehensive source to give practitioners easy and immediate access to "best practice" standards--combined with hands-on, step-by-step application guidelines. An indispensable resource for anyone who works in child welfare or related fields!
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CWLA Stock Number: 6223
Publication Date: 1998