08/05/15 MSW made a re-visit with Pt and caregiver/friend. CG stated Darel from HEAP in Needles did not contact or make a visit to inspect the house, even after he told the MSW he would. Pt is stable now, prior to having a fall last week and being admitted to the hospital. CG is now back from a trip to Washington for family affairs. MSW spent an hour contacting the Community Action Partership of San Bernardino County, HEAP of Needles to get ahold of Darel and every weatherization agency in the county for assistance, but no one was answering their phones.
Director (Robert Lee) and Intern Roberts made contact with Erica Sanders (09/07/1979) at her home in regards to the allegations. Ms. Sanders stated the following in response to allegations: • Mr. Lee explains the purpose of the home visit and the allegations. • Moved to Leesburg from Alabama a couple of months ago, to get away from a negative environment. • Her daughters (Kayleigh & Renee) was not at home, they attended a football game with their neighbors. • Her daughter (Renee Boots, 11/11/2001) of having bi-polar, and she refuses to take her medicine.
I believe everyone on this email thread was aware of my meeting today with Joe Baldwin, Guardian, of Kathy Rennich to discuss her recent return from inpatient rehabilitation at a local nursing facility and her expressed desire to move to the Hensgen Home. Basically, in February 2017, Kathy fell resulting in a fractured tail bone. She received inpatient rehabilitation at Care Springs for fourteen days and has returned home with PT services. Since her return home, Kathy has refused to participate in ADL’s (which isn’t a change in pattern as she refused prior to the nf stay) and is demanding that she have the opportunity to live at the Hensgen Home. Kathy’s reasoning behind wanting to move the Hengsen Home isn’t exactly clear to the team.
Attempt CC =1 CM spoke to Johnda Neazer (DCP&P Supervisor) regarding the family’s current living situation. DCP&P supervisor provided CM with a detailed background on the family and noted that DCP&P will assist the family with housing such as the first month rent and security deposit once caregiver finds housing. DCP&P supervisor explained to CM that the division is unable to place the family into a hotel due to Welfare offering the family to stay at a shelter in Newark and caregiver denied offer. CM was informed that DCP&P only place families in a hotel if they are homeless and does not have assistance such as shelter opportunities. DCP&P supervisor stated DCP&P assisted caregiver with a budget form.
Savings: Client was instructed to adhere to savings plan, she is expected to save at least 50% of her weekly income and submit proof. Client was also recommended to open a bank account and to submit her bank statement as a proof of income. Medical: Client has no medical appointment to report at this present moment. Client reminded that she needs to submit her physical and to maintain active medical entitlements at all times. Childcare: Client was reminded her daughter must attend Loyalty Daycare LLC located at 4226 3rd Ave., Bronx, NY 10457 and the telephone number is 718-294-0134.
On 01/26/2016 client Akia Thomas came to the SSO to meet with DOE to obtain weekly metro cards. HS De La Torre approached to the client and kindly asked Ms. Thomas if she is able to stay in order to complete a Housing Plan. Ms. Thomas stayed and the following was discussed during meeting. Ms. Thomas informed HS that last permanent address was located at 155-17 116 St. Jamaica Ave. Queens, NY from Jan, 2012 to 07/10/2014. Client left the apartment because grandfather passed away and ACS was called and they found the apartment no suitable for the family.
July 29, 2015 @ 4:00pm with Mary Scherbeh by Caseworker Cheryl Pellette Ms. Scherbeh stated she was stress because of CPS has come out to her home on July 20, and 24th. She had visit a from investigator Tammy Mann. The landlord Russell Blake is the one who is calling because they broke up. Mr. Blake use to live with in the residence. The police came because Mr. Blake called them.
On November 16, 2015, I spoke to Lidia Hernandez (mother) who told me that her daughter was not following the rules of the home. Lidia wanted me to speak to her daughter, although she confirmed that her daughter had been behaving better. On November 19, 2015, I responded to Minnie Howard School and spoke to Officer Hill. Officer Hill reported that Lidia Hernandez had been encouraged to report as Evelyn had been gone for 2 days. Officer Hill reported that Evelyn is currently under suspension for an incident involving another student.
Mr. Alewine admits to coming to North Carolina and having no specific place to go. At one point during the evaluation Mr. Alewine reports coming to help his mother who lives in a nursing home. Later denies having no plan to support his mother. He reports only having $52 dollars on him and is able to get into a Motel. He reports wanting to go to inpatient to give him some time until he receive his SSI check for $735 on March 1st.
According to George Anthony, Casey Anthony’s father, Casey left the home where she, her father, mother, and Caylee all lived on June 16th 2008, and did not return for 31 days, taking her daughter with her. Cindy, Casey’s mother asked repeatedly during that month to see Caylee, but Casey deflected each time, claiming she was busy with work, or that Caylee was with a nannyby the name of Zenaida "Zanny" Fernandez-Gonzalez. On July 13 2008, Cindy and George Anthony were notified that Casey’s car was in a tow yard. When Mr Anthony picked up the car both he and the tow yard employee noted a significant odor coming from the trunk. Both would state that they believed the odor to be the result of a decomposing body.
Young moved back to her parents’ home eight months before the lease expired and stopped paying rent. Weaver sued her for the unpaid rent. Young argued that apartment was not a necessary so she was not bound by the lease. Was she? A Kim Young’s argument of the apartment not been necessary since she was a minor is valid.
Roberta said on 06/20/2017 Remington called and said he was on his way to Roberta 's home. Roberta said Remington was going to her home because nobody to answer his calls. Roberta said Remington sent a picture of the back porch of her home. Roberta said Remington did not have permission to be at the home. Roberta said a family member went to her home and noticed the door to the kitchen
Savings: Santa submitted all of her pay stubs and a bank receipt. She failed to submit an actual bank statement and will have to do so at next appointment. Santa revealed she has been sending $550 monthly to the Santo Domingo and or the Dominican Republic to aid family. $50 goes to her daughter in one country and $500 to her grandchild in another. She has only saved $160 while living in shelter.
Out of 20 FDA approved contraceptives that are federally mandated, the Green’s had only objection to four of them. Those four contraceptives are the week after pill, the morning after pill, Plan B, and Ella. All these contraceptives are all forms of pills that help terminate a pregnancy. To the Green family they see these contraceptives as life-threatening drugs and do not follow their belief that life begins at the
The IIH team members informed the team after the incident occur everyone went searching for Phillip at 3 different times. Phillip 's mother shared, "I feel like I am prisoner in my on house sometimes." QP has assessed Phillip has made minimal progress with improving his behavior at home and in the community, as indicated by Phillip being going for 6 days, being verbal aggressive towards his mother, and refuses to comply with household rules.