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Why do wealthy areas of L.A. have high rates of COVID-19 cases?
WHO and UNICEF to partner on pandemic response through COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund
Coronavirus causing conflict between parents, children
UNM leads Pack on innovative substance use disorder research initiatives
Lead exposure early in life alters brain opioid system, may lead to mental disorders
University of Michigan’s Poverty Solutions releases Michigan COVID-19 Pandemic Resource Guide
‘Social isolation’ is a misnomer
GOOD NEWS – Just an ordinary bloke doing something for mental health of his community
PGF supports Rotorua health and wellbeing services
Schools, colleges and early years settings to close
Emergency bill to strengthen coronavirus response plans
Ofsted suspends all routine inspections
Countering Violent Extremism in Nordics: A Question of Collaboration
Covid-19: government must implement comprehensive action plan for disabled people
Mental health advice amid COVID-19 concerns
Social workers supporting Australians for over 75 years
Private schools don’t save taxpayers’ dollars
New adult social care guidance to protect most vulnerable against COVID-19
Coronavirus outbreak highlights inequities in health care, employment systems
Intimate partner violence and economic hardship
Study finds strength-based coding clubs benefit autistic teenagers
Engaging with church to fight DV
Report highlights need for integrated services for chronically homeless
Case Western Reserve University research finds high rates of trauma exposure, PTSD symptoms for those in drug court
New measure for excessive buying problems
Minister opens USC Moreton Bay’s foundation building
Depressed, rural moms face greater health challenges-and so do their kids
New analysis highlights impact of poverty and exploitation on children’s lives
Next step for Walking Off War Within
Research program dedicated to finding cures for Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s
Students To Get Mental Health Support After Bushfires
Flinders University in northern suburbs
Indigenous disability researcher and advocate joins Western Sydney University
15 child soldiers released in South Sudan
Home Secretary at APCC and NPCC Partnership Summit
New push to improve outcomes for vulnerable children
Government confirms multi-billion pound spending increase for councils
Childhood physical abuse linked to heavy cigarette use among teens who smoke
Meeting NDIS rural workforce demands
A brighter future for victims of child abuse and neglect
Social care commentary creating environment for excellence in residential practice
Supporting Aboriginal Students Starting Year Nine & Ten
Perspective in NEJM: Modernize scope-of-practice laws
Critical support for former child soldiers in South Sudan at risk from lack of funding
Psychology of food
Mornington Peninsula Shire CEO becomes a citizen on Australia Day
La Trobe class of 2020
Health and Social Care staff and senior leaders among those praised in New Year Honours