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Kids on the line: Local DHS tries to keep up with mounting caseload

Mounting caseloads and slow recruitment keep DHS workers busy.

Child welfare caseworkers often spend money out of their own wallets, hours after the work day ends. 79 more words

East Oregonian

Legal action could follow DHS site evaluations

Paul Stewart, chief executive officer of Sky Lakes Medical Center, said Klamath Works is exploring the option of legal action to review scoring methods for Department of Human Services site selections in Klamath Falls. 72 more words

Klamath Falls Herald & News

FEMA’s 2018-2022 Strategic Plan: The Good, the Bad, and the Ignored

FEMA recently released their 2018-2022 Strategic Plan.  While organizational strategic plans are generally internal documents, the strategic plans of certain organizations, such as FEMA, have a significant link to a broader array of stakeholders.  779 more words

Emergency Management

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, Dennis Richardson listen in foster care forum

It was a common refrain Monday evening: Tell us what’s wrong, and then help us fix it.

“We want to do better, and we can do better, but we can only do that with you,” Ormond Fredericks, district manager of the Marion County Child Welfare Office, said to a crowded room at an Oregon Department of Human Services office in northeast Salem. 12 more words

Statesman Journal

Klamath Works ranks low in DHS site evaluations

The proposed Klamath Works site for possible Department of Human Services offices in Klamath Falls was ranked sixth out of nine sites visited by local DHS officials, according to state documents. 42 more words

Klamath Falls Herald & News

Omnibus to include $641M in funding for non-concrete border barrier


ㅤô¿ô …Pathetic. The President should veto this bill. It’s a total waste of tax-payer dollars. Congress is throwing money at opioid addiction treatment and research, neither of which has ever worked. 51 more words