Stuart, 40, from Windsor, has been living on the streets for the past four months since losing his private tenancy.
When a parent becomes addicted to opioids or dies of an overdose, his or her children also bear the burden.
Katrin Jakobsdottir became Iceland’s prime minister in November. The country’s parliament is almost 50 percent female.
As the opioid epidemic spins out of control, a grassroots network of activists is fighting it at the source.
A case worker in Pittsburgh with a 9-year-old boy who said his father broke his arm.
When John McCool received an email from the Urology & Nephrology Open Access Journal seeking submissions, given that he is neither a researcher nor a urologist, he did what any self-respecting Seinfeld fan would do: He submitted a bogus article dripping with Seinfeldian references.
Ms. Sanderson has a bachelor’s and two master’s degrees, one in education and one in social work.
Lady Bird Johnson and Stewart Udall in a raft on the Snake River.
Miscarriage, abortion, abandonment, and the mythical avengers of wronged women.
An abandoned home in La Presa, one of the hundreds of unincorporated towns that dot the U.S.-Mexico border near Laredo, Texas
People attend the LGBTQ Chicago Equality rally in June. Starting in January, the use of a rare criminal defense argument that a victim’s sexual orientation is justification for a violent crime will be outlawed in Illinois.
Female inmates graduate from high school in prison in Gainesville, Georgia on July 23, 2015
‘There are few starker signs of a failing government than doorways lined with sleeping bags.’
A billboard advertising marijuana in advance of the upcoming legalization of recreational marijuana in San Francisco, California, U.S. December 29, 2017.
“The burden on staff is especially heavy when handling those with intellectual and behavioral disorders, as they can hurt themselves and others,” says Naoki Sone, associate professor of welfare for disabled persons at the Japan College of Social Work.
hese are not normal times. The man in the White House is reckless and unmanageable, a danger to the Constitution, a threat to our democratic institutions.
The stigma attached to “insane asylums” can be hard to shake, but destroying the structures can mean erasing important parts of our history. Danvers State Hospital, Hathorne, Massachusetts (above).
Scenes from the forensic unit at Mississippi’s state psychiatric hospital. The images were released in response to a freedom of information request.
Fast-food workers in St Paul, MN on strike for a higher minimum wage and better benefits, April 14, 2016
Samsung annual charity gala at Skylight Clarkson Sq in New York City. Many who give the most during the holiday season are guilty of more than inconsistency — the wealthiest among them actively engineer the conditions that generate poverty, and they relentlessly thwart attempts to alleviate economic hardship on an institutional scale. An extreme example is the Koch brothers, whose philanthropic network provides community holiday meals to poor people, while simultaneously organizing powerful friends around a brutally austere political program.
There are 14,321 Dollar General stores in America. The crisis facing rural America is rooted in the fact that peak-level employment related to natural resources, such as mining and logging, is never coming back. Rural America is mired in a permanent recession.
“We’re at an inflection point,” Josef Stadler, the lead author of a recent report by UBS/Pricewaterhouse Coopers on the world’s billionaires, told the Guardian. “Wealth concentration is as high as in 1905, this is something billionaires are concerned about…The question is to what extent is that sustainable and at what point will society intervene and strike back?”
The Missoulian partnered with the University of Montana School of Journalism to identify best practices for treating pregnant women who use drugs and to analyze why Montana has largely fallen short. Over three months, the team interviewed more than a dozen women, numerous experts, and leaders at Montana hospitals, treatment centers and state government.
Jeff Mugongo (above). “I asked for the majors of the people who help the refugees in certain countries, like what I went through. Social Work was suggested. I fell in love with it,” Mugongo said.
On Monday, March 26, 2018 from 10am to 12 pm we will hold the 35th Annual Social Work Day at the United Nations
Tammie Williams, above with Aubrey Phillips, was honored for her work as a community activist in February, during Black History Month.
For all of the ways the smartphone has made our lives easier, the technology can clearly undermine our ability to thrive, whether it’s building relationships or getting a good night’s sleep.
In theoretical studies, punishment is often seen as a means to coerce people into being more cooperative.
About 24,000 people — 70 to 80 percent of them under 35 — have joined DSA since November 2016. For most of its 35-year history, DSA was an obscure fringe group. Its founder, Michael Harrington, grew up in a Republican Irish-Catholic family and had aspired to be a poet.
Evanston Public Library social worker Justine Janis speaks during a training of library staff
IUSB’s Paige Avery (3), a senior social work major, tries to get around Bethel’s Tahya Bruce at the Student Activity Center on the IUSB campus.
Holger Schou Rasmussen, the Social Democrat mayor on Lolland, said that he was concerned that in 20 years nobody on social welfare would be able to live in Copenhagen.
Rebuilding a bridge near Utuado
China leaves 2017 with frayed relations across much of the West. If it does not pull back from these intrusions on Western democracies, the overreach will ultimately reduce China’s global power.
Slavery by debt has continued to this day, and it is particularly evident in the plight of students. Graduates leave college with a diploma and a massive debt on their backs, averaging more than $37,000 in 2016. The government’s student loan portfolio now totals $1.37 trillion, making it the second highest consumer debt category, behind only mortgage debt. Student debt has risen nearly 164 percent in 25 years, while median wages have increased only 1.6 percent.
Dr. Teresa Killam has started incorporating ACEs scores into her regular treatment of expectant mothers.
J. A. Rob, Jr., who has a doctorate in social work, has not changed his aim in the 17 years since he established the program. He wants to be a father figure to the kids in the program who don’t have one.
When his body was found in a dumpster outside an Amazon warehouse, the homeless man’s death was a mystery. The search to uncover his past exposes the dangers of a life spent scavenging
John and Favour are asylum seekers who hope the Immigration Department can speed up their applications.