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Family Of Woodstock Essay

773 words - 4 pages

kiesha jones
Tristram Jones
BSHS /355
DELIVERY OF HUMAN SERVICES

What is Woodstock? Woodstock is an organization that helps people that are in need with shelter, transportation, programs that help with domestic violence, teen runaways, food shelters and case management services and adolescents. Family of Woodstock was born when the community need was recognized and addressed.

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Once the clients sign up for the programs they are given a contract to sign and they go over the condition of them and agree to them. On a bi weekly bases the staff goes over what the client has done good or bad to see if the client is standing up to the standards of the contract if the client is not standing up to those standards then the program director will decide if the program is beneficial for the client. Family of Woodstock teaches the clients on how to be independent and give them the knowledge of procedures of how to maintain their household. Clients are taught how to grocery shop, prepare meals, and do chores.
The program is awesome because it helps clients create schedules that allow clients to work on specific needs of the clients; each need will be different because each person need is different. Schedules are created for those that need help in high school, GED courses and work schedules as well. The program is designed to help clients have that experience of a healthy and supportive family environment.

The family of Woodstock values, attitudes and beliefs were developed 40 years ago and they are still the same today. The beliefs of the organization is that the common ground which untie us, both helper and helped, is greater than the differences which divides them, and that everyone deserves the respect and support of a larger community. Woodstock seeks to embody and model the qualities of caring, and respect within their organization and to all they serve. Maintaining an attitude, which is...

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