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  • n. Plural form of caseworker.


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  • That cut will sever 248 caseworkers from the HIV/AIDS Services Administration to save the city about $4.2 million in fiscal year 2011 and $8.5 million the year after.

    Bloomberg Cuts AIDS $75M? «

  • Regardless of the cut’s legality, those caring for or living with HIV and AIDS fear they reduction in caseworkers will have other consequences.

    Bloomberg Cuts AIDS $75M? «

  • "The caseworkers are the unsung heroes who really drive the program," John Halloran, the county's guardian ad litem, said of Catholic Charities and Lutheran Social Services staff, as well as others.

  • She insisted residents needing assistance can call their caseworkers and get the direction they need.

    The Daily News - News

  • For government employees such as caseworkers and law enforcement, the app could prove valuable by quickly and visually providing demographic data about a neighborhood or district.

    ESRI News Feed

  • They also disclose that ministers have allowed agency caseworkers to grant permission to stay to applicants who have been in Britain for six to eight years, rather than the 10 to 12 years that applied at the start of the programme.

    160,000 asylum seekers granted amnesty by the backdoor, say MPs

  • As Aransas county's top judge Adams has dealt with at least 349 family law cases in the past year alone, nearly 50 of which involved state caseworkers seeking determine whether parents were fit to raise their children.

    Texas judge won't face charges for beating daughter

  • More caseworkers were hired, and their training improved.

    Henry J. Stern: Suffer Little Children

  • "But the caseworkers and social workers are doing a really good job with what they've got."

    New Post poll finds negativity toward federal workers

  • Sufficient funding enables the child welfare system to hire qualified professionals and caseworkers to devote the necessary amount of time to each child -- ensuring that no one falls through the cracks.

    Richard Buery: Aftermath of a Child Welfare Tragedy; A More Holistic Approach


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