Problems Facing Human Services Clients And How Specific Helping Skills That Can Be Used With Clients

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In this paper, I will be discussing problems facing human services clients and how specific helping skills that can be used with clients. There are numerous problems human services faces with a client. The requirements can range from helping with issues such as, substance abuse, mental or physical illness, caring for children, families, domestic violence, Veterans, and poverty. Also, clients can have a large range of family problems that can lead into more difficult problems. (Woodside & McClam, (2011). Professionals focus on problem solving to find a solution, and positive ways to address them. Clients can have problems that portray to their home life, environment, background and many other factors. Problems such as addiction, disability, and grief are problems clients face with no easy resolution, and can often be a long road to recovery. In many situations the individual lacks resources or skills to resolve their problems. Other problems that clients are challenged with are, school attendance, food, and poverty. The professional must also gain utmost trust to service the need of the client problems. When addressing the problems of the client there can be an evaluation to determine the needs. The professional also help people who are homeless to meet basic needs for shelter. The workers may refer clients to a variety of providers, such as temporary or stable housing or a organization that serve meals, and job placement centers that can assist the clients in

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