i.10The sponsor is providing the minor with a safe environment. The placement is located in an apartment complex in Woodbridge, VA. The placement appears to be safe and no visible hazards were observed. The minor is provided her own bed and shares the bedroom with other sisters. The minor did not report any concerns regarding her safety, the placement or the community. The minor is aware she may report any concerns to the CMS, sponsor, teachers or other authorities. The sponsor will continue to provide the minor with a safe environment.
Every year, 2 million children come into contact with the child welfare system due to investigations of parental abuse or neglect (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2004). A recent policy implemented by Anytown’s Department of Job and Family Services pertains to the issue of child endangerment. It states that, “any household having one or more documented offenses of domestic violence, child abuse, or drug or alcohol related offenses committed by the mother, father, guardian, and/ or caregiver, will result in the removal of any child or children from the home.” The child will be placed in the care of the state until documentation can be provided on the offender, whereas they are “offense free” for a period of no less than six
PIA SW interviewed Anitra Booker at the BCPD. Documentation reviewed. This interview was recorded and will be uploaded in ECF.
Ms. Jessica Rabb came to the SSO office for a meeting with HS De La Torre in order to develop a Housing Plan to explore different Housing options available for the family. Family stated that last permanent address was located at 676 East 141 St. Bronx, NY. Family left this address due to continuous argument with the owner of the house (cousin).
Once the Department of Social Services has assumed custody of a child, placement of the child with a relative of fictive kin caregiver must first be explored unless it has been determined that this placement is not in the best interest of the child. Relative placements and fictive kin caregivers have the option to become a licensed foster care provider upon completion of the DSS licensed foster care licensing procedures. Children in foster care and licensed foster families when eligible receive financial supports such as; foster care board payments, quarterly clothing allowances, and allowances for non-routine school expenses, Medicaid, Supplemental Social Security if the child is eligible, child care, and child support payments to child if
As long as people have access to illegal and dangerous substances, American will continue to have issues with substance abuse. If you have fallen victim to the insidious disease of addiction, it is incumbent on you and perhaps your family members to become aware of all that could potentially go wrong with extended substance abuse. It 's also important for you and perhaps your family members to know help is out there and available.
5/11/2016 10:50 AM mjontiveros Family of three. Single mother and two children. Mother stated that she is currently unemployed. Used Declaration letter for income and is already on file for 0 income. Mother is not receiving child support. Father is not listed on birth certificate. At the time of enrollment mother stated that she will have a job interview next week and more than likely she will get hired.
I am writing to inform this college of my inability to provide the financial information for my non-custodial parent, Seth Owirodu. My father has been out of my life since the fall of 2011 due to his lack of financial support and unfulfilled family responsibilities. During that time, we lived in a three bedroom, two bathroom house. One of the rooms was used to store his belongings, another was his bedroom, and the last room was the room my mom, siblings, and I stayed in. Cracks populated the house, allowing rodents and snakes to enter. At that time, my mother was pleaded with him about moving into a better home (a promise he made) by combining their income. However, he lacked any apathy toward her suggestions.
I am active duty Sailor in the United States Navy. I have been the sole custodial parent of Autumn since September 2010 after the Court entered a restraining order on Elondra for domestic violence. The Navy notified me that I would have a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) to Naples Italy. In September 2013, this Court granted a move away request so I could fulfill my military assignment. Elondra was
Until 2017, the Foster Care Delivery structure in Ohio was supervised by the state but administered by the county. The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) was the single state agency responsible for receiving and allocating all federal grant awards and overseeing the federal and state child welfare programs. ODJFS supervises the 88 county public children service agencies (PCSAs) that deliver the services and benefits to the children in Ohio.
Yang’s currently wants to go back to school in hopes of providing a better life for her future family. In order to do this, Yang attempted to utilize the Education and Training Voucher (ETV), which provides financial assistance for those in the foster care system (Meitner, 1999). The ETV was developed as part of the John H. Chafee Foster Care Independence Act of 1999, which sole purpose is to assist youth in foster care with housing and job attainment, education, health, etc (Meitner, 1999). Unfortunately, she was unable to take advantage of the ETV due to having more than $10, 000 in personal assets, which happens to be one of the requirements (“Foster Care”, 1999). This is an issue for any foster care youth who would like to be financially
The Sanchez family migrated to the United States several decades ago undocumented when Hector became an immigrant agriculture worker. Hector was able to obtain a green card that awarded him with permanent residency in 1986. Hector also applied for the same status for his wife and their three children at the time. Today, Hector and Celia Sanchez have been married for forty years, have six children which three still live in their home, and one grandson that is has been placed in their care by the child welfare system. Recently, Celia’s undocumented nephew arrived in the United States and moved into the Sanchez home increasing the number of individuals living in the home to seven. After providing background information for the Sanchez family this
The reporting party (RP) stated she observed the foster mother to be careless with the foster children 's car seats. According to the RP the straps were loose which could result in the infants slipping them off. The RP was concerned for the foster mother 's lack of cooperation with visitations. Subsequently she was resistant and was being difficult. Consequently the Public Health Nurse would make recommendations however; the foster mother was not receptive. Additionally the foster mother fed the infants ' baby food in their bottles which the Public Health Nurse informed the foster mother was a health issue (choking hazard). The foster mother was Non-compliant stating she fed her children in the same manner and they came out fine. The RP is
J.B. grew up in rural West Virginia on a small tobacco farm with no running water. They grew their own food, drew their water from a well, and made their own clothes. She left home at the age of 18 and married her first husband. The marriage was not successful, and seven years later they divorced. J.B. remarried and she and her husband became involved in a conservative Baptist church in southern Ohio. They raised three children, while he worked in a metal alloys factory and she operated the church’s daycare center. They both retired early and followed two of their children when they moved out of the area. After moving, her husband had several hospitalizations due to cardiac issues, and since they weren’t old enough to qualify for Medicare, they collected a great number of medical bills. Instead of claiming bankruptcy, they foreclosed on their house, moved to one of their son’s rentals, and
At approximately 6:30 p.m., on 02/25/16, Adrionna was brought to the Arise Youth Center by her mother, Donna Quinn, and her step-father, Michael Quinn. They reported they were not able to manage her behavior and wanted her to stay at Arise in the Runaway/Homeless Program. Donna reported Adrionna skips school often, is failing her classes, will not do her chores, fights with them, makes sexual remarks on Facebook, and leaves the home without letting anybody know. Donna and Adrionna were arguing last week and Donna put a bar of soap in Adrionna’s mouth. Donna also reported if Arise does not change Adrionna’s behavior she wants to release custody of her to DSS.