National Social Work Month Honors Helping Professionals
More than 150 Kinship Center direct service professionals work throughout the year to create safe, permanent havens for abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes to keep them safe.
Shown here: A March 2 celebration at Kinship Center headquarters in Salinas recognizes “National Social Work Month.” Through this and other celebrations around the state, Kinship Center pays tribute to its social workers, therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists, occupational and speech therapists, caseworkers and others who work directly with children in crisis and with the men and women who step forward to provide a new home and a loving, permanent family.
The National Association of Social Workers calls social work a profession of hope, grounded in practical problem solving expertise. It is a profession important to the successful functioning of American society, filled with people who believe there are no limits to human potential and who use their talents to help others lead rewarding lives.
Each year Kinship Center staff members are recognized on a national stage for improving the lives of traumatized children through their dedication, cutting edge work, and excellent outcomes. Kinship Center salutes these fine professionals who change lives every day.blog comments powered by Disqus
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