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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Caseloads for social workers called too high

Caseloads for social workers called too high

Social worker caseloads are much higher in Los Angeles County than surrounding areas, but meeting optimum workloads would require 1,695 new hires and cost $180.5 million at a time of severe budget constraints, the county's CEO reported Tuesday.

1 comment:

  1. Caseloads are obviously high, due to the failings in the System, resulting in the death of vulnerable Children.
    Once again utter incompetence, within the Child Protection industry,and now innocent Parents will face the indignity of the secret Family Courts,and loose their Children to forced adoption.
    Alison Stevens Parents Against Injustice.


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