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Human Services Workshops/GSS host various workshops

01/01 - 01/31
UCP - Workshops for all parents, professionals, and caregivers. No children please.

01/01 - 01/31
THEODORA G. JACKSON ADULT CENTER January Events

01/23 - 02/01
Hudson Guild Theatre Company presents A VALENTINE TO THE THEATRE

01/24
DUTCHESS ARC FOUNDATION TO HONOR FRANK V. PEPE

01/25
OBSERVE INTERNATIONAL HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY & THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF AUSCHWITZ

01/26 - 03/02
United Hospice of Rockland Offers Grieving Support Groups

01/26
Read and Romp in Queens!

01/27
Register Now Open: "Ready, Set, Go! Racing Toward Managed Care" - A Coalition Conference

01/28
The Science of Positive Youth Development

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Friday, 14 September 2012 06:16

A great read… with interesting characters and a fast paced story set in the real world of today’s caseworker… kept me guessing right to the end.”  -  Jim Purcell, CEO, Council of Family and Child Caring Agencies (COFCCA).

Home Visit

A Stevie Corra Casework Mystery

by Fred Scaglione


When 16-year-old Shaquan Saunders suddenly disappears from a Brooklyn group home, it is caseworker Stevie Corra’s job to find him. The search leads Corra into a deadly but familiar world of street corner drug deals … and a confrontation with his own troubled past as a NYPD narcotics detective. Along the way, Stevie will find murder, dangerous dead-ends, and Lucy Montoya, a beautiful domestic violence counselor with a painful personal history of her own.

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“It totally engaged me. It’s great to read a mystery that takes place in our world.”  Phillip Saperia, Executive Director, Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies.

“A terrific book! Great story and very well written with lots of twists and turns and filled with characters you actually care about. I thoroughly enjoyed it and actually found it hard to put it down.” Jerry McCaffery,President/CEO, MercyFirst

“Home Visit weaves romance, big city bureaucracy, and lots of delicious intrigue into a gripping ‘what-will-happen-next’ whodunit… Anyone who enjoys a fine mystery will definitely enjoy this book.”  Michael Stoller, Executive Director, Human Services Council

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