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MSW Field Placements Domestic Violence

A New Day

Location: Brockton,
Description: A New Day provides counseling to victims of relationship violence up to age 25.
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Arizona’s Children Association

Location: Phoeniz,
Description: Founded in 1912, we are one of the oldest and largest statewide comprehensive child welfare and behavioral health not-for-profit agencies in Arizona. Located in all 15 Arizona counties, we provide a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of more than 40,000 children, youth and families each year.
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Location: San Antonio,
Description: The Family Justice Center (FJC) is a collaborative community response to domestic violence. It is the co-location of a multidisciplinary team of professionals who work together, under one roof, to provide coordinated services to victims of domestic violence. The FJC brings together, in one place, numerous domestic violence organizations which represent government, private, non-profit and faith-based communities. While a FJC may house many partners, the basic partners include victim advocates, counselors, law enforcement and prosecutors. This strategic and coordinated utilization of services increases the potential of success for victims of domestic violence.

Survivors identified requiring aid with basic needs and/or sustainability services are linked to the Dream Center (DC) Program. Understanding the affects of trauma, DC practices from a Hope Centered, Trauma Informed Care approach. Employing transparency and trustworthiness, the DC, regards survivors with respect and empower survivors by providing access to necessary education, tools and support needed for physical and interpersonal safety. Basic needs to services that aid in self-reliance, including financial literacy education are instituted. To establish short and long-term stability, individuals are contacted by the Community Resource Manager, who is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, or a Master/Bachelor level Social Work Intern, to assess and meet their needs by collaborating with on-site partners and/or community agencies. The establishment of short and long-term stability, utilizing on and off-site partners of the BCFJC is an essential goal. The program is a substantial role at the Center and in the realization of skill building and emotional intelligence of survivors. Services are accessible at no cost.

The Dream Center has opportunities for students in the fall, spring and summer semesters. Based on the students' required hours per week, we can allow for 4-8 students a semester. We can host students who are available M-F 8a-5p (OR 8a-2p/11a-5p) if they are FT interns. We also accept PT interns who are available M-F 8a-12p/12p-5p (OR 8a-1p/1p-5p). We can compromise on scheduling depending on how many interns we accept for the semester.

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Cancer Care Center of York County Caring Unlimited

Location: Sanford,
Description: Serves victims of domestic violence in York County with a variety of programs: 24 Hour Hotline, Shelter Services Program, Transitional Housing and Services, Outreach Services Program, Children's Services, DV/CPS Liaison Imitative, Legal Services Program, Community Response Program, School-Based Services, and a Volunteer Program. Student learning opportunities include: case management, program development, program evaluation, advocacy, community organizing, assessments, community education, individual counseling, case documentation, conflict resolution, and group work.
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Canvas Health

Location: North Branch,
Description: Canvas Health’s compassionate clinicians are dedicated to bringing hope, healing, and recovery to the people we serve. We help children, adolescents, adults and families who struggle with mental illness, substance use, unstable housing, trauma, and abuse.
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Catholic Charities of Broome County

Location: Binghamton,
Description: Meals to the hungry, counsels and advocates for youth, families, people with developmental and mental health needs- all without regard to the religion of the recipient.
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Catholic Social Services of Guam

Location: Barrigada,
Description: Our mission is to encourage the development of the spiritual, intellectual, economic, and social well-being of families, persons with disabilities, abused adults and children, the elderly, the homeless and others in need of services.
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