Mentoring Troubled Youth

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Based on input from the IC, one of the following threat severity levels will be assigned to the emergency: We settled our parent’s estate years ago. The evidence for social media is not as clear but a similar pattern does seem to be emerging. There may be signs of child sexual abuse, drug dealing, spouse abuse, or mental illness that are subtle or different from the crisis worker's experience. Never turn your back on or walk ahead of the individual.

Pages: 164

Publisher: Global Educational Advance, Inc. (November 1, 2011)

ISBN: 1935434616

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