Course Title: Human Services and the Disenfranchised

Course Description:
This course is designed to explore reasons for the rising number of people who seek human services and other social services. Social and economic problems impact either positively or negatively on certain population such as veterans, homeless, single parent, and people in abusive households. Groups of people who are disenfranchised struggle to propel themselves into the same arena of life of others. Knowledge, training and practical application of the policies affecting people disenfranchised in the social systems can invoke changes in the political, economic social and global systems This course will help satisfy the graduation requirements of the Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree. SP

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