Jenny s Shelter

Jenny s Shelter

What makes you thinkJenny is distant?” There was quiet, then Xander ... It's not the same as other shelters. She doesn't have to make the ... Duncan's estimate was the arm indicated the victim was probably over thirty 5 6 Jenny's Shelter.

Author: Douglas Todt

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595290277

Category: Fiction

Page: 188

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A dismembered floater is the last thing Northville Detective Dan Gold wants to find on a dreary autumn day. Kelly, a young runaway, discovered a gruesome corpse in the midst of her own suicide attempt. Dan suspects she has further information. Fortunately, Kelly is taken to Jenny's Shelter, a shelter for homeless children run by Dan's old acquaintance Jennifer Collier. Jenny built the shelter with her husband's money and is admired by everyone in the community. Dan finds himself drawn to Jenny in romantic ways. Despite Jenny's marriage and the protests of Gold's partner, Xander Nicholson, the relationship grows deeper. But as the relationship grows, it leads Dan to more bodies, more crimes, and some very unpleasant possibilities about Jenny's real work. Aided only by Xander and the children at the shelter, Dan works through layers of secrets, deceptions, and half-truths to discover why his town is full of corpses.
Categories: Fiction

Managing the Challenges in Human Service Organizations

Managing the Challenges in Human Service Organizations

The Turning Point One afternoon while Jenny is finalizing a report, Kelly, the most senior staff member, knocks on Jenny's door. She and Kelly have been with the shelter from the nascent stages; Jenny decided to pursue a management ...

Author: Michael J. Austin

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781412941273

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 284

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Specializing in decisions managers need to make under trying circumstances, this casebook prepares current and aspiring managers for the kinds of experiences they are likely to encounter. The cases are inspired by real situations, and are disguised to respect the privacy of the parties involved. The cases in this book are designed to encourage the student to determine how they would act and work towards a resolution of the dilemmas presented.
Categories: Business & Economics

Jenny s Choice

Jenny s Choice

Shelter . REUBEN SPOKE FIRST “And what is not gut about it?” Samuel Lapp's face gave a little twitch, and he set the book down on the table. “Well, for one thing, it contains romance. It's no better than one of those worldly novels in ...

Author: Patrick E. Craig

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736951104

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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In the concluding novel to the Apple Creek Dreams series, Jonathan and Jenny Hershberger are happily settled in Paradise, Pennsylvania on the farm Jenny inherited from her grandfather. But when a tragic accident takes Jonathan’s life, Jenny and her young daughter, Rachel, return home to Apple Creek, Ohio to live with her adoptive parents, Reuben and Jerusha Springer. As Jenny works through her grief and despair, she discovers she has a gift for writing. A handsome young publisher discovers her work and, after the publication of her first book, Jenny is on the verge of worldly success and possible romance. But when a conflict arises with the elders of her church, Jenny must ask herself how far she’s willing to go to pursue her dreams. A touching story of devotion and triumph over adversity. Book 3 in the Apple Creek Dreams series
Categories: Fiction

Jenny s corners by M Clarke

Jenny s corners  by M  Clarke

Jenny had often heard of the dreaded animal , but this was the first time she had seen him , and she thought it the most dreadful sight she had ever beheld . She looked all round her in a kind of despair , but there was no shelter ...

Author: Miriam Clarke

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:590237864

Category:

Page: 157

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Somebody Else s Children

Somebody Else s Children

Vicky was one of the few constants in Jenny's life, a friend she had known “almost forever.” At the Children's Shelter, Jenny and Vicky became close whispering late into the night, sharing war stories about bad foster homes and how they ...

Author: John Hubner

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595300785

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 363

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With the narrative force of an epic novel and the urgency of first-rate investigative journalism, this important book delves into the daily workings and life-or-death decisions of a typical American family court system. It provides an intimate look at the lives of the parents and children whose fate it decides. A must for social workers and social work students, attorneys, judges, foster parents, law students, child advocates, teachers, journalists and anyone who cares about our nation's children.
Categories: Family & Relationships

The Battered Woman and Shelters

The Battered Woman and Shelters

Jenny Clifton , " Refuges and Self Help , " p . 41. Self - help , called the " fundamental principle of organization , " is explicitly contrasted with " therapeutic models " of service provision . See also Carol S. Wharton ...

Author: Donileen R. Loseke

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791408329

Category: Social Science

Page: 216

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Explores how standardized images of problems and people inform and shape social services for women who have been assaulted.
Categories: Social Science

Designing Cultures of Care

Designing Cultures of Care

In parallel with the Looking Glass gallery project, out(fit) initiated a collaboration with a local women's shelter, Jenny's Place. Established in 1977, Jenny's Place is a nonprofit community organization which provides a safe and ...

Author: Laurene Vaughan

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350055360

Category: Architecture

Page: 264

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Designing Cultures of Care brings together an international selection of design researchers who, through a variety of design approaches, are exploring the ways in which design intersects with cultures of care. Unique in its focus and disciplinary diversity, this edited collection develops an expanded discourse on the role and contribution of design to our broader social, cultural and material challenges. Based around a unifying critique of the proposition of care as a theoretical framework for undertaking design research in real world contexts, each chapter presents a case study of design research in action. This book aims to provide readers - both academics and practitioners - with insights into the possibilities and challenges of designing cultures of care. The disciplines represented in this collection include architecture, visual communication, participatory and social design, service design, critical and speculative design interventions and design ethnography. These case studies will provide real world insights that have relevance and value to design students at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and to researchers at all levels within and outside of the academy.
Categories: Architecture

Jenny s War

Jenny s War

Dot was better tempered when Arthur was around and, if Jenny kept out of their way, life was bearable. ... 'No time,' Arthur said, pushing them both towards the front room where the Morrison shelter had been constructed.

Author: Margaret Dickinson

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781447213475

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

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Featuring some of the characters from Sons and Daughters, Jenny's War is an epic story of loss and heartbreak from Margaret Dickinson. Is it possible for a ten-year-old girl to fall in love? Jenny Mercer thought so. Evacuated to Lincolnshire from the East End of London at the outbreak of war, she is frightened of the wide open spaces and the huge skies. The kindly Thornton family soon makes her feel welcome and no one more so than Georgie, the handsome RAF fighter pilot, who is caught up in the battle for Britain's survival. When Georgie is posted missing, presumed killed, Jenny is devastated and there is more heartbreak when her mother demands that she return home to the dangerous city streets now under almost daily attack from enemy bombers. The family flees in the night under the protection of the blackout, heading north out of the city. But to Jenny's disappointment, it is not back to Lincolnshire but into the hills and dales of Derbyshire where they are always on the move, always on the run. There, Jenny is caught up in a life of deception when all she really wants is to go back to Lincolnshire. For Jenny has never given up hope that one day, Georgie will come back . . .
Categories: Fiction

Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of California

Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of California

1992 ) I. FACTS AND PROCEDURAL BACKGROUND On Saturday , November 4 , 1989 , Deborah S. and her sister Jenny S. were staying at the Episcopal Sanctuary homeless shelter at Eighth and Market Streets in San Francisco .

Author: California. Supreme Court

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D01134936H

Category: Law reports, digests, etc

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Categories: Law reports, digests, etc

Inequality Poverty and Neoliberal Governance

Inequality  Poverty  and Neoliberal Governance

Jenny, a 29-year- old woman, had come to the shelter almost three months previously with a friend of hers. ... Increasingly, these case management meetings focused on Jenny's life history and asked her to be reflective about her ...

Author: Vincent Lyon-Callo

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9781442600867

Category: Social Science

Page: 191

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"This is a terrific book. Lyon-Callo's descriptions shatter stereotypes about homeless people and focus instead on the dysfunction of the system that allegedly serves them." - Susan Greenbaum, University of South Florida
Categories: Social Science