2 edition of Birth-control policies and practices in fifty-eight California county welfare departments. found in the catalog.
Birth-control policies and practices in fifty-eight California county welfare departments.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||With an introd. by William Petersen.|
|LC Classifications||HQ766.5.U5 R45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||72185399|
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Birth control is a method or device used to prevent pregnancy. Birth control has been around since ancient times, but effective and safe forms of birth control have only become available in the 20th century. There is a complicated and long history regarding birth control in . A California law gives women access to birth control without a doctor’s prescription by allowing pharmacists to prescribe instead. But there’s a catch: not all pharmacies offer this : Geraldine Estevez.
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The bureau ensures that policies are in adherence with all state and federal laws. Resources Statewide. County Letters and Notices. Division 31 Regulations Regulations governing child welfare investigations and cases. California Child Welfare Indicators.
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Then, a law passed in further expanded access to birth control and codified into state law the ACA’s no-copay birth control requirement. 2) Some exceptions exist in California law “Now. Series List. Back to Catalog. Publications for caseworkers, adoption professionals, and other child welfare professionals covering research, practices, and policies.
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birth control (or family planning, planned parenthood, etc.) clinics or centres, offering to interested persons information on the use of contraceptive methods, and in some instances performing abortions.4 In this article the discussion is restricted to this feature of birth control policy.
Birth control is not controversial: 99 percent of sexually active women use it at some point in their lives. Women use birth control for all sorts of reasons, including to avoid getting pregnant before they are ready.
Making birth control accessible and affordable is the quickest way to reduce the number of unintended pregnancies. (c) A social worker or other representative of the county welfare department, or a probation officer or other representative of the probation department, as appropriate, or another authorized representative as designated by the county or the court shall assist the foster youth or nonminor dependent with establishing the electronic record and obtaining information and electronic copies of his.
Here are some quick facts about birth control: Most kinds of birth control are safe for most people to use. Talk with your provider about what methods might work best for you.
Some birth control methods work better than others. Some work very well no matter what. Others work well only if you use them the right way every time you have sex.
The Guttmacher Institute monitors and analyzes legislation, regulation and judicial action related to state policy developments on access to contraception and related services. This effort is used to prepare monthly updates on new policy developments and the status of state laws and policies.child welfare practice.
InCalifornia’s Public Child Welfare community began efforts to develop a California Child Welfare Core Practice Model that is intended as a framework to support our state’s Child Welfare social workers and leaders in sustaining and improving practice in all California counties.
(2) California’s Family Planning, Access, Care, and Treatment (Family PACT) Waiver Program, created inis viewed nationally as the “gold standard” of publicly funded programs providing access to reproductive health care.
The program has long recognized the value and importance of providing women with a year’s supply of birth control.