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LABEL EACH DISCUSSION ACCORDING TO TITLE
Social Security System Challenges
According to some, the Social Security system is currently plagued by a variety of challenges. Provide a brief description of one of these major challenges and suggest some potential solutions based on your reading and your own research. (Some of these challenges are discussed in your text, but you are not limited to only these examples.)
· Discuss the implications these challenges have on your ability to develop budgets for an organization.
· Evaluate the role fundraising plays in filling gaps in services.
Be sure to support your solutions and cite your references.
Defend whether you believe there is a healthcare crisis in the United Sates. Analyze how the US health care system performs. Consider the fact that as technology advances, so does the cost of health care. Evaluate the implications for this in terms of service delivery for human services providers. Based on this evaluation discuss what you believe are the challenges leaders will face in the managing of human resources in human services organizations. Be sure to support your position with academic references. (This issue has many political implications; please try to avoid party rhetoric and political arguments). Explain your answer.
The stigmas of mental illness and substance abuse
The stigmas associated with mental illness and substance abuse have created a barrier which prevents many people from receiving services.
· How have recent national legislation or policy efforts helped or hurt the battle against these stigmas?
· What can be done in the future from a national policy perspective to reduce these stigmas?
· As a human services provider what could you do to ensure people needing services for mental illness and substance abuse had access to these services?
· What unique needs do you believe these clients would have that you would consider as you plan services for them?
Choose one of the following questions to discuss. You should not discuss both questions, but should respond to peers for both.
Legalizing marijuana is a controversial topic in human services, criminal justice, political arenas, and health arenas. From a human service policy perspective, analyze what you believe would be the positive and/or negative consequences of legalizing marijuana. Discuss the implications for human services providers. If you agree or disagree with the stance of your peers, then explain specifically why and provide substantial evidence in your peer responses.
Sexually violent predators are among the most feared and the most ridiculed individuals in our society. Some states have enacted legislation to allow civil commitment of sexually violent predators once they have been released from prison. Discuss the pros and cons of this legislation. Include in your discussion the implications for human services providers.
All human services professionals are included under mandated reporting statutes. Discuss both the positive consequences and the negative or unintended consequences of mandated reporting of child abuse. Analyze the implication of mandated reporting in delivering services to clients identifying challenges you would face in planning and providing services for clients. Ensure you include the challenges you would face during the interviewing phase of service provision.
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