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Adoption Social Services
Http://www.hhs.gov/: The department of health and human services (hhs) is the United States government’s principal agency for protecting the health of all americans and providing essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. ...Read more
Communication...: Most collaborative efforts are done with either computers(email), fax; or, the good old fashion telephone. ...Read more
I am adopting 2 children that were displaced by social services ages 3 and 4. They tested positive for cocaine. What should I watch for? Need any info
Do you know any social services that give help to teenagers who are recovering from drug addictions?
25% or our youth ---: I am sorry to say that i know of no companies. Hazeldon treatment center in minnesota, and elsewhere, has a sliding scale for patients who cannot afford full price or do not have health insurance. Most big health insurers cover addiction treatment. For free resources to treat addiction try aa, and na, as well as nami (national alliance on mental illness). For funding try gofundme.Com. ...Read more
Can you tell me if i go to my general practioners at 16 years old thinking I have anxiety, will they get things such as social services?
Anxiety Treatment.: It would depend upon your general practitioner. I think a general practitioner would do an exam and see if there's a medical problem underlying the anxiety. Depending on the evaluation, the doctor may prescribe medication, or refer to a psychiatrist or mental health counselor for treatment for anxiety (develop anxiety management skills). Social services could be a resource, but not necessarily. ...Read more
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