Disproportionality in Human Services. A Broad View of Disparities Faced by American Indian and Alaskan Native Children in Human Services. Terry Cross, MSW, National Indian Child Welfare Association. CHILD WELL-BEING (SAMPLE ITEMS). Insert table.
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A Broad View of Disparities Faced by American Indian and Alaskan Native Children in Human Services
Terry Cross, MSW, National Indian Child Welfare Association
“A set of congruent practice skills, attitudes, policies, and structures, which come together in a system, agency or among professionals and enable that system, agency or those professionals to work effectively in the context of cultural differences. ”
The heart of the disparity issue.
“Somewhere between cultural incapacity and basic cultural competence lie the roots of disparity.”