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A child welfare case leads to a stunning dissent from Michigan’s Chief Justice

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack The Chief Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, Bridget McCormack, has written a dissent in a case involving termination of a child’s rights to her parents (a more accurate term than termination of parental rights). In 1977, then [U.S.

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Emily Henderson, LMSW, MSW ’13

University of Connecticut

Emily Henderson is Master level social worker who currently works for The Department of Corrections as a License Drug and Alcohol Therapist. Emily Henderson found her passion with this population after an internship experience in Alabama at the Julia Tutwiler Women’s Correctional Facility.

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Emily Henderson, LMSW, MSW ’13

University of Connecticut

Emily Henderson is Master level social worker who currently works for The Department of Corrections as a License Drug and Alcohol Therapist. Emily Henderson found her passion with this population after an internship experience in Alabama at the Julia Tutwiler Women’s Correctional Facility.

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Forensic Social Work

Famcare

Forensic social workers are involved in both criminal and civil cases that can include termination of parental rights, juvenile and adult justice services, corrections, and mandated treatment. There are over 111,565 forensic social workers currently employed in the United States, but few people have any idea what they do.

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Home Office placing asylum-seeking children in hotels unlawfully, rules High Court

Community Care

Following the ruling, the judge, Mr Justice Chamberlain, quashed an unpublished 2021 agreement between the Home Office and Kent allowing the council to look after a capped number of children arriving in the county. He also ordered the Home Office and Kent to jointly pay court costs – valued at £50,000 – to ECPAT UK.

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Board Member’s Career Trajectory Changed During Internship

Social Work Blog

Abebe is the service director for Community Health Resources’ Medication for Opioid Use Disorder programs, which provide treatment in six Department of Correction facilities within the state of Connecticut. “I have now spent over 17 years working on these important issues.”.

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Baylor Researchers Examine Relationship Between Imprisoned Mothers and Their Adolescent Children’s Risk Behaviors

Swhelper

institutional corrections facilities. SWHELPER Women represent the fastest-growing population in U.S. In the past four decades, the number of women incarcerated has increased by more than 475%, rising from 26,326 in 1980 to 152,854 in 2020.