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The Sanchez family is a large extended family living in a Latino community in the midwest. You are their social worker, having just been hired at the local social service agency. Your job is to provide a psychosocial assessment, develop a case plan, and then execute that plan. This is a complex case that will require you to apply everything you are learning in your social work program! To get started, click on the button below, and begin your tasks.

My Goals For This Case

  • Discover

    Become acquainted with the individual members of the family and learn about the family's dynamics.

  • Identify

    Learn how the larger social environment—culture, social policy, and social forces—affects their individual lives.

  • Develop

    Develop your problem-solving skills through a four-phase interventive process: Engage, Assess, Intervene, and Evaluate.

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