Application: Community Counseling Resources Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy (CPSY - 6356 - 1) In this paper will analyze primary, secondary, and tertiary couple and family interventions provided by community resources. In this paper will provide a community resource that works with issues of domestic violence and the primary, secondary, and tertiary interventions that the resource provides. A further analysis will be provided
Community service is services volunteered by individuals or an organization to benefit a community or its institutions. My favorite community service job that I completed was located at The Junior Achievement at the Atlanta Discovery Center. The objective of this service was to teach children how to survive and succeed in the world economically through the use of time, talent, cooperation, and education. Before they came to the center students were trained by their teachers to budget money and to
Resource Allocation Paper Jody Bryant, Vann Haigler, Rose Matos, and James Sampson University of Phoenix Mark Fechtel May 25, 2006 Resource Allocation Paper Project management is the discipline of defining and achieving targets while optimizing the use of resources: time, money, people, materials, energy, space, etc., over the course of a project. The most important resources that project managers have to plan and manage on day-to-day basis are people, materials
Description of Campus or Community Resource (10 points) 1. Resource Name: Planned Parenthood 2. Full Address (including city/state/zip): 302 E Stoughton St, Champaign, IL 61820 3. Phone number: (217)359-8022 4. Website: plannedparenthood.org 5. Hours of operation (days and times): Mon- 8AM-4PM, Tues- 9:30AM-5:30PM, Wed- 11AM-7PM, Thurs- 9:30AM-5:30PM, Fri- 8AM-3:30PM, Closed on Saturday’s and Sunday’s. 6. Is this a Campus or Community Resource? Explain. It is a community resource because though it is
Community Correction Paper May 27, 2012 CJS/230 – Introduction to Corrections Community corrections programs are to oversee offenders outside of jail or prison, and are administered by agencies or courts with the legal authority to enforce sanctions. Such community corrections programs are probation and parole. There are also sub-programs that are parts of community corrections; such programs are drug-involved offenders, sex offender programs, and electronic monitoring technologies.
Exploring “Community as Text: Using the Community as a Resource for Learning in Community Schools” Analytical Précis Sociology of Education Lamees Aisami Georgia State University In “Community as Text: Using the Community as a Resource for Learning in Community Schools” Blank, Johnson, and Shah (2003) present a case for the inclusion of the community in the school’s curriculum with the transformative sociological perspective within the critical theory. Theories of social transformation
Community Assessment: Reading, Pennsylvania Judith Giorgio Western Governor’s University Abstract This paper is an assessment of the city of Reading, Pennsylvania. It will describe the city with a focus on the population, economic situation, culture, neighborhood and safety factors. It will also look at what the city has in place in case of a disaster. From this data, I will interpret the overall status of the community and formulate a logical community diagnosis.
Natural Resources and Energy Paper An ecosystem is a connection among living resources, residents, and habitats of an area. It includes animals, plants, microorganisms, trees, water and people. Everything that lives in that specific ecosystem is reliant on the other elements of that ecological society. Oceans are considered ecosystems due to the plant life supporting the animal life and also the animal life supporting the plant life. The earth’s marine waters cover two- thirds of its surface
Daniella Salawu The Community Intervention/Interview Paper For this paper, Ms. Minister Melishia Bansa MPH was interviewed. She is a thirty year old African-American woman. Her occupation is the director of community outreach and provider Relations for “Coordination of Health Care for Complex Kids” (CHECK) Program and Project Coordinator of “Promoting Adolescent Health” (PATH) Study. She was interviewed about her work with the CHECK Program. The Coordination of Health Care for Complex Kids program
Program Mission and Community Resources The program for the course project’s titled Time-Out and it will look to provide prevention and solution-based services to African American male high school athletes located in the community of Hampton, Virginia who are at-risk or have engaged in criminal activities, truancy, poor academic performance, or weak support systems. This paper will provide readers the program’s mission statement and rationale as to how the program’s culture will be created to support