Children and Youth: The Crisis at Home for American Families : Hearing Before the Committee on Labor and Human Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, First Session ... January 15, 1991, Volym 4

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Sida 181 - Raza is a Washington DC-based national organization dedicated to improving life opportunities for Hispanics in the United States. NCLR serves as a national umbrella organization for over 100 local "affiliates" — Hispanic community-based groups which provide employment, education, health, housing, immigration, and social services to about one million Hispanics annually.
Sida 11 - STATEMENT OF HON. CHRISTOPHER J. DODD, A US SENATOR FROM THE STATE OF CONNECTICUT Senator DODD. Thank you very much, Mr.
Sida 161 - To undertake this task requires considerable resources. We have already approached major foundations and corporations for assistance. We will prepare applications for governmental funds as well. Our work through the year will be under the guidance of a special task force. We will be aided by the advice of several experts in the field who will serve as a task group of consultants. We will rely heavily on key persons in lead states for analysis and design of implementing projects. As has been the case...
Sida 198 - ... child serving agencies throughout North America. We are comprised of both public and voluntary non-profit providers serving 2.3 million children, youth and their families in need of family support services, emergency shelter, out of home care, (including foster family care, group care and residential treatment) adoption and teen pregnancy services.
Sida 188 - APWA represents the cabinetlevel officials in the 50 states responsible for administering publicly-funded human services, including the child welfare, foster care, independent living, and adoption assistance programs . The purpose of this testimony is to outline the recommendations of the APWA' s National Commission on Child Welfare and Family Preservation, of which I am a member.
Sida 130 - ... little respect, little opportunity, little of Importance to do, and has not cared enough to protect them from the temptations of drugs, from the physical decay of their environment, from the breakdown of their families and overwork of their parents, and even from homelessness and hunger. To succeed to the maximum extent, a program must dramatically reverse this past experience. It should bear no resemblance to the institutions and attitudes that have so far disappointed and hurt our young people....
Sida 127 - ... present-day world and their important place in It; -a path to future opportunity; -real concern and action from the agency about changing the conditions that have affected them and the people they love.
Sida 99 - ... communities have lived in relative poverty and powerlessness In an affluent society which values wealth and power, and which has given them little respect, little opportunity, little of Importance to do, and has not cared enough to protect them from the temptations of drugs, from the physical decay of their environment, from the breakdown of their families and overwork of their parents, and even from homelessness and hunger. To succeed to the maximum extent, a program must dramatically reverse...
Sida 127 - In relative poverty and powerlessness in an affluent society which values wealth and power, and which has given them little respect, little opportunity, little of importance to do, and has not cared enough to protect them from the temptations of drugs, from the physical decay of their environment, from the breakdown of their families and overwork of their parents, and even from homelessness and hunger. To succeed to the maximum extent, a program must dramatically reverse this past experience. It...
Sida 100 - ... of skills; -consistently positive values; -family-like support and appreciation from peers and adults; -understanding of the proud and unique history of their people; -heightened awareness of...

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