The District of Pau is composed of the Region Unit and two branches. Each branch consists of a multidisciplinary team consisting of social service assistants, secretaries, doctors, nurses, nursery nurses, midwives, specialist teachers, social counselors, family economists and psychologists, headed by a leader and a deputy director. The mission of the social worker is to participate in the implementation of social welfare policy of the department, in terms of needs assessment, information gathering, advice and support. The social worker then performs as a generalist for the general population that is not covered by specialized social service, through protection, prevention and inclusion
[...] Moreover, we note that some young girls who are forced or driven to leave home overnight , have no recourse to a solution for the precarious situation they find themselves in. In addition, social and professional difficulties can make young people feel "excluded" from society. They feel like "foreigners" in a social environment that seems remote from their ideas and ideals. This is true for a majority of situations. There exists a big gap between their desires and the reality of life, especially with respect to the job market. [...]
[...] What causes the break between the young adult daughters and their families? The causes of family breakdown are numerous. These are still largely marked by: Family conflict: Conflicts that appear in a family depend on the quality of relationships that develop between the girls and their parents, siblings or other adults. These relationships may result in abuse injustice or deprivation. For many of these young girls home becomes a place of unbearable suffering that leads to a break. Generational conflicts may also contribute to family breakdown when there is an absence of meaningful interaction. [...]
[...] emerged made it clear that this behavioral pattern in young adults is within the scope intervention by the social welfare bodies. The issue of young girls who are forced or driven to leave their homes overnight is largely a common one: The purpose of this study is to identify the factors that culminate to compel young adult girls living in sensitive urban areas to leave home. The causes of the breakdown of the family structure on the coming of age of a girl, and solutions for them will also be discussed. [...]
[...] Therefore, the contract for young adults should have a wider age criteria and be considered on a case by case basis. In addition, the right to failure should be considered. Thus, a "second chance" should be granted if the child's situation fails evolve satisfactorily. However, there is no mechanism in place for the girls who fall into the 21-25 age brackets. A second track to try to respond to the problem would be to open a Center for Emergency Temporary Accommodation reserved for girls from broken homes, as was done this winter in Paris by the Red Cross. [...]
[...] It is to be noted that some young girls have benefited from monitoring by social service groups (care measures, Aids Learning at Home, or aid community education). However, such support is discontinued when they cease to be minors. Article L. 221-1 of the Code of Social Action and Families, defines the framework of the mission Contract at a young age. It is "material, educational and psychological support for a major aged under 21 who is facing social difficulties that may seriously jeopardize their stability" or "young people who experience major difficulties in social integration, due to faulty resources or inadequate family support. [...]
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