Application: Interprofessional Network Essay

749 words - 3 pages

There are several professionals that come together in the human services field to provide services to their clients. This means of professional collaboration is referred to as inter-professional networking. However, inter-professional networking does not only happens in the human services field but within other professional career fields as well. Conversely, it is seen more often in the human services field so that more resources are readily available to clients that are in need. From this week’s case study, an inter-professional network will be developed based on the case’s evidence. In which, a human services organizations such as, the One Place Family Justice Center and/or possibly the Department of Human Resources (DHR) would be involved as the Fishers’ case go before Integrated Family Court.
The One Place Family Justice Center is a human services organization that houses several human services professionals and organizations for clients who have either been affected by and/or are being affected by domestic violence. Due to the fact, that in the eyes of the law and/or justice system this case could be treated as a domestic violence case since John did cause physical harm to his wife Chahana; which is why the One Place Family Justice Center would be a great inter-professional network for this case. Some of the professionals that are housed at the One Place Family Justice Center are local police officials, victim advocates, and prosecutors. As it relates to the Fishers’ case, with the police being available they will be able to write up the report while also investigating the situation. The victim advocates will be able to be Mrs. Fisher’s voice and support system; while the prosecutors would be the one to handle Mrs. Fisher’s case in court against her husband Mr. Fisher.
The inter-professional network provided by the Department of Human Resources, could help this case as it relates to the involvement of the children. The case workers and/or social workers would evaluate or even conduct a home assessment as a means of evidence when presenting the case before a judge. DHR would also be helpful when determining custody issues as well as child support issues. Also since Mrs. Fisher is not currently employed, DHR could help her with other financial assistance, job...

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