Guiding principles and standards : better together : enhancing practice, transforming lives
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South Carolina Department of Social Services. Child Welfare Services Division
SubjectSouth Carolina Department of Social Services. Child Welfare Services Division; Child welfare--South Carolina; Children--Services for--South Carolina
South Carolina has adopted a model of casework practice for Child Welfare Services called GPS (Guiding Principles and Standards). The GPS practice model explains the values, principles, and core practice skills used by staff to empower children and families to achieve the goals of safety, stability, permanency, and well-being. Inspired by GPS navigation technology, the model will serve as a road map to help practitioners arrive at desired practice model outcomes and to achieve uniform practice within the department.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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