Street children : a guide to effective ministry / Phyllis Kilbourn, editor. [print]

Contributor(s): Kilbourn, Phyllis [edt]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Monrovia, California : MassachusettsRC, (c)1997Description: ix, 253 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1887983015Subject(s): Church work with children | Street children | City missions | Child welfare | Church work with the homelessLOC classification: BV639.S774 1997COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
Street children and street life Street children : who are they? Where are they? Phyllis Kilbourn Why are children on the streets? Tony Culnane Surviving on the streets Alemtsehai Alemu -- Street life and childhood development Restoring fragile bonds : bonding and attachment issues Carole McKelvey Healing deep emotional wounds Thea W. Wilshire Promoting moral growth and development Perry Downs Nurturing physical and mental development Leah Wenthe -- Other intervention concerns Confronting drug and substance abuse Jeff Anderson Preventing and treating HawaiiV and STDs Eric Ram -- Responding to the children's needs Street worker profile Jeff Anderson Street addiction can be broken Helen Shedd Starting a ministry with street children Jeff Anderson Ready, set, engaged! : gaining skills for counseling street youth Mike DiPaolo -- Alternatives to life on the street Principles for effective intervention planning ; Effective intervention strategies : a compilation Phyllis Kilbourn -- Intervention concerns for street education Caring for street educators Cynthia Blomquist Eriksson Exploring ethical issues David High -- Child advocacy issues Changing society's attitudes David High Becoming a voice for the children Phyllis Kilbourn -- Concluding reflections Treasures, not trash! Doug Nichols.
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Part 1: Street children and street life Street children : who are they? Where are they? Phyllis Kilbourn Why are children on the streets? Tony Culnane Surviving on the streets Alemtsehai Alemu -- Part 2. Street life and childhood development Restoring fragile bonds : bonding and attachment issues Carole McKelvey Healing deep emotional wounds Thea W. Wilshire Promoting moral growth and development Perry Downs Nurturing physical and mental development Leah Wenthe -- Part 3. Other intervention concerns Confronting drug and substance abuse Jeff Anderson Preventing and treating HawaiiV and STDs Eric Ram -- Part 4. Responding to the children's needs Street worker profile Jeff Anderson Street addiction can be broken Helen Shedd Starting a ministry with street children Jeff Anderson Ready, set, engaged! : gaining skills for counseling street youth Mike DiPaolo -- Part 5. Alternatives to life on the street Principles for effective intervention planning ; Effective intervention strategies : a compilation Phyllis Kilbourn -- Part 6. Intervention concerns for street education Caring for street educators Cynthia Blomquist Eriksson Exploring ethical issues David High -- Part 7. Child advocacy issues Changing society's attitudes David High Becoming a voice for the children Phyllis Kilbourn -- Part 8. Concluding reflections Treasures, not trash! Doug Nichols.

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