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County Honors Social Workers

March is National Social Workers Month, and Nevada County is honoring the occasion with a tribute to their hard working employees. Tamaran Cook is the Program Manager for Nevada County Adult Services. She says there are several different things her department does…

Listen to Tamaran Cook

There’s also the Senior Outreach Nursing Program, where workers can come out and take blood pressure and just check on seniors and other individuals, and the Public Guardian’s Office, for adults who are unable to take care of themselves. Child Protective Services is another division of county social work, where they get over 11-hundred cases a year. Program Manager Nicolas Ready says together, social workers will be honored with a breakfast tomorrow (Thursday), and other activities…

Listen to Nicolas Ready

In 2015 C-P-S social workers responded to over 1,153 referrals of abuse in the county, and had 3,000 face to face contacts.

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