8 edition of Social work practice with refugee and immigrant youth in the United States found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Melvin Delgado, Kay Jones, Mojdeh Rohani.|
|Contributions||Jones, Kay, 1944-, Rohani, Mojdeh.|
|LC Classifications||HV4010 .D45 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004048533|
Social workers in other agencies serving immigrants, refugees, and minorities in the United States can utilize similar tactics to advocate for the preservation of policies and programs that benefit these communities, such as DACA and admission of refugees, and for the prevention or removal of those that negatively impact them, such as NSEERs and automatic deportation upon reporting of offenses like . Youth who have recently immigrated to a new country face many challenges related to their new circumstances. The resources on this page provide information for professionals working with youth who are immigrants or refugees, including navigating the .
Coverage of unique topics including practice with survivors of torture, women, LGBTQ immigrants/refugees, and youth provide guiding frameworks and examples for effective practice. Reflective questions and case studies provide substantive examples and exercises of how the chapter theories and concepts can be directly applied in practice. She co-authored a book in on social work theory and practice with refugee and immigrant youth in the United States. She has been a consultant to various nonprofit organizations on formation of new programs and capacity building.
Models for Practice With Immigrants and Refugees This practice-oriented book emphasizes the relevance of Western approaches while reorienting Western concepts to be more culturally sensitive from a domestic and international perspective. Reorienting practice with an integrative theoretical approach to practice with immigrants and Refugees. Social work practice with refugee and immigrant youth in the United States by Melvin Delgado, Kay Jones, Mojdeh Rohani. Call Number: HVD45 ISBN: Author: Doris Van Kampen.
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Social Work Practice with Refugee and Immigrant Youth in the United States addresses an ever increasing population group whose sitution presents current and future Social Work practioners with a tremendous amount of opportunities and challenges. In the last decade, the US has experienced Social-cultural developments that have borne witness to the emergence of two distinct and yet potentially beneficial trends: the increased presence of immigrant and refugee youth and the popularity of youth Price: $ Social Work Practice with Refugee and Immigrant Youth in the United States This book provides an overview of the experiences of young immigrants and refugees when they resettle in the United States, with emphasis on a youth development paradigm to guide effective interventions.
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"Social-cultural developments within the U.S. in the last decade have witnessed the emergence of two distinct and yet potentially beneficial trends: the influx of immigrant and refugee youth and the popularity of youth development as a paradigm and field of practice. Social Work Practice with Refugee and Immigrant Youth in the United States puts the newcomer experience into context and provides a guide for social workers developing interventions using a youth.
Social work practice with refugee and immigrant youth in the United States. Boston: Allyn & Bacon. Fong S. Furuto () Culturally competent practice: Skills, interventions, and evaluations Allyn & Bacon BostonAuthor: Kay Jones. Social Work Practice with Refugee and Immigrant Youth in the United States puts the newcomer experience into context and provides a guide for social workers developing interventions using a youth development paradigm.
This book provides a framework to guide mental health providers who work with refugees and immigrants. The authors describe the unique needs and challenges of serving these populations, and offer concrete steps for providing evidence-based, culturally-responsive : Best Practices for Social Work with Refugees and Immigrants is the first book to offer a comprehensive guide to social work with foreign-born clients that evaluates many different strategies in light of their methodological strengths and weaknesses.
In the United States, for example, Jani and Reisch () note that the federal government approach to unaccompanied immigrant and refugee youth has been ad hoc, consistently underfunded, and.
The book fills a gap in the social work literature by providing scholars, practitioners and students with a critical knowledge base that will strengthen their ability to engage with issues of immigration and integration and to open up options for effective practice with growing numbers of immigrant and refugee clients.
Book Description: The United States has always been a land of immigrants and a destination for refugees. With the increase in immigration in the late s -- when the number of refugees entering the United States nearly doubled as well -- the number of clients needing social work.
(AASW) ‘Scope of Social Work Practice with Refugees and Asylum Seekers’ document provides an overview of the role, scope, contribution and evidence-base of social work practice in this field.
The aim of this document is to highlight in a concise, accessible. Social work practice with refugees and immigrants requires specialized knowledge of these populations, and specialized adaptations and applications of mainstream services and interventions.
Because they are often confronted with cultural, linguistic, political, and socioeconomic barriers, these groups are especially vulnerable to psychological. The United States has always been a land of immigrants and a destination for refugees. With the increase in immigration in the late s—when the number of refugees entering the United States nearly doubled as well—the number of clients needing social work services rose dramatically.
Social Work Practice with Immigrants and Refugees takes an ecological systems. Meeting a crucial need for social workers and other practitioners, as well as students, this authoritative text covers the breadth of issues involved in working with immigrant and refugee children and families.
Within an innovative conceptual framework, essential knowledge is presented to guide culturally competent practice with clients from over 14 immigrant groups whose numbers are growing 5/5(1).
Although migration is an international phenomenon, the focus of this book is immigration in the United States, specifically laws, policies, and practice issues relevant to professional work with immigrants in the United States.
Social workers, regardless of their setting, increasingly work with immigrants. Social Work Practice with Refugee and Immigrant Youth in the United States Melvin Delgado, Kay Jones, and Mojdeh Rohani.
Boston, Pearson/Allyn and Bacon, Veterans. Veteran Data & Information From the Department of Veterans Affairs. Veterans Benefits and Services From the Green Book. What VA Social Workers Do. There are thousands of immigrant, children, youth and families across the United States.
In fact, it is estimated that National Association of Social Workers. Immigrants and Refugees. In Social work speaks (8th ed.). National Association of Social Workers. NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Child File Size: KB. The most active volags are the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services (LIRS), International Rescue Committee (IRC), World Relief, Immigration and Refugee Services of America (IRSA), Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS), and Church World Service (CWS).
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Subjects: LCSH: Social work with immigrants—United States. | Immigrants—Services for—United States. | Refugees—Services for—United States. and finally transnational practice with immigrant and refugee youth (Chapter “Practice Applications With Immigrant and Refugee Youth,” Benson, Abdi, & Ford-Paz).
For each chapter, the. Designed for students of social work, public policy, ethnic studies, community development, and migration studies, Immigrant and Refugee Children and Families provides the best knowledge for culturally responsive practice with immigrant children, adolescents, and families.Upon entrance, refugees are assigned to one of several private resettlement agencies contracted by the State Department to provide such services through local affiliates.
Affiliates often work with local refugee sponsors, who might be the refugee’s friends or family members, a .