Tag Archives: advocacy

Client Notification

An image of one of our clients was taken and used in last week’s homeless newspaper. I want to discuss if it’s appropriate to bring this to her attention and discuss with her how she felt about the issues of … Continue reading

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Beyond Bars

Have you ever read something that makes you pause and reflect, and sometimes gives you chills? Earlier this year I read about a program called  “Beyond These Bars.” The goal of this program is to provide inmates in solitary confinement … Continue reading

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Standing Up

What’s stopping you for standing up …I don’t know which fight is most important right now. Forget about what the news says or what Twitter is up in arms about, and consider which fight is most important to you. That … Continue reading

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Show Compassion

I love the Opt Ed section of the paper. I believe we all need to write at least one letter on something we’re passionate about in our lifetime. In saying that, I applaud this reader   Any of us could … Continue reading

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What If….

How Did You Get Here? It is a question I have answered and threaded throughout Real Life of an MSW. Therefore, I was happy to learn it is the core question of Kim Boguck’s the If Project and her documentary … Continue reading

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