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Nowadays there are a number of social service and welfare organizations that assist people every day. Plenty of individuals volunteer and work at these community facilities. Although they are typically nonprofit organizations, the government often runs these shelters, clinics, and schools, which means you can make a modest living working at them. This can certainly be a very rewarding field to get into, and you do get the chance to help a lot of people regularly. Some of the different types of organizations you may consider are family shelters, animal humane society locations, child foster care facilities, and public shelters for physically abused women.

There is typically not a specific college degree needed to work in this field. However, you may need to acquire some initial training that helps you assist adults and children with different types of problems. While some people you encounter may be in need of welfare money, others may need counseling from being sexually abused. If you provide any type of counseling to people, there may be a certain degree requirement, such as an education in psychology. Just so you know, some of the people you work with may have a disability, while others may be the victims of domestic violence. It is always important to provide people with shelter in order to prevent further abuse. If you apply at an animal shelter or community humane society location, you will need to help care for pets, and assist them with getting adopted.

When you work for or volunteer at a welfare agency or nonprofit social service organization, you can certainly plan on dealing with a lot of women, men and children daily.

American Public Human Services Association
Get more information about welfare and social service programs from our prestigious association. We make sure you have access to helpful resources and ways to find out if you qualify.\
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National Human Services Assembly
Dedicated to making sure all American citizens have access to the human service benefits offered through our association. Contact us for more information on social services and welfare in your area.
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STANDARD LISTINGS:   SOCIAL-SERVICE-AND-WELFARE-ORGANIZATIONS IN/NEAR INDIANA
Project Rachel Write review for this local business
123 NW 4th St Ste 603, Evansville, IN 47708
(812) 423-1445  
Carver Community Organization Write review for this local business
400 SE 8th St, Evansville, IN 47713
(812) 423-2612  
Catholic Charities of The Diocese of Evansville Write review for this local business
123 NW 4th St Ste 603, Evansville, IN 47708
(812) 423-5456  
Villages The Write review for this local business
1522 SE Riverside Dr, Evansville, IN 47713
(812) 434-2956  
Goodwill Industries Inc Write review for this local business
1351 W Buena Vista Rd, Evansville, IN 47710
(812) 424-4663  
March of Dimes Write review for this local business
125 N Weinbach Ave Ste 410, Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 473-3300  
Ark Crisis Child Care Center Write review for this local business
415 Lincoln Ave, Evansville, IN 47713
(812) 423-9425  
Ywca Write review for this local business
118 Vine St, Evansville, IN 47708
(812) 422-1191  
Echo Housing Corp Write review for this local business
414 Baker Ave, Evansville, IN 47710
(812) 423-8422  
House of Bread & Peace Write review for this local business
250 E Chandler Ave, Evansville, IN 47713
(812) 425-6754  
Volunteers of America Write review for this local business
811 E Franklin St, Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 423-1949  
St Vincent Depaul Write review for this local business
767 E Walnut St, Evansville, IN 47713
(812) 425-3148  
Regional Youth Services Inc Write review for this local business
501 John St Ste 9, Evansville, IN 47713
(800) 797-5616  
Tri-State Food Bank Write review for this local business
801 E Michigan St, Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 425-0775  
Outreach Ministries Write review for this local business
734 W Delaware St Ste 216, Evansville, IN 47710
(812) 464-1025  
Ozanam Family Shelter Write review for this local business
1100 Read St, Evansville, IN 47710
(812) 422-2214  
Youth Service Bureau Inc Write review for this local business
734 W Delaware St Ste 206, Evansville, IN 47710
(812) 423-5816  
Meals On Wheels of Evansville Write review for this local business
3700 Bellemeade Ave Ste 113, Evansville, IN 47714
(812) 476-6521  
Tri-Cap Write review for this local business
499 W State Route 62, Boonville, IN 47601
(812) 897-5918  
American Red Cross of Warrick Write review for this local business
404 E Walnut St, Boonville, IN 47601
(812) 897-0390  
United Way of Southwestern Indiana Write review for this local business
101 NW 1st St, Evansville, IN 47708
(812) 422-4100  
Easter Seals Rehabilitation Center Write review for this local business
3701 Bellemeade Ave, Evansville, IN 47714
(812) 479-1411  
Albion Fellows Bacon Center The Write review for this local business
Boonville, IN 47601
(800) 339-7752  
Winding your way through government departments like welfare and worker rights can be difficult if you do not have previous experience with them. Social service and welfare organizations can often give you the assistance that you need. You should be able to find several non-profit associations in your area, so use these guidelines to help you decide which ones are right for you. First, ask the agency how long they have been in business. A social services and welfare organization with several years of experience should be able to provide the best services. Ask the agency what types of services they offer. Some common services include worker's rights, income assistance, abuse and domestic violence counseling, foster care and adoption supervision, family and group therapy, employee assistance, disability rights, job training, substance abuse reform, child system applications for custody, and anti-poverty assistance. Ask the organization if they have social workers that have earned degrees that will help them give you the counseling that you need in specific areas. Some of the social workers have been trained to provide psychological treatment while others are trained to help workers and welfare recipients get the job and financial assistance they deserve. Ask the agency if they have a department that addresses your specific needs. Most of the social service and welfare organizations that you contact will be non-profits. Depending on your income, though, you might need to pay for some of the services that you receive so be sure to ask them about any charges before you use them.

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