[Hpn] Walking a thin line for skid row kids~Thank you J. Hollenbeck

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From: J. Hollenbeck jholly1968@tpk.net
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Walking a thin line for skid row kids
Social workers try to get children to safety while keeping families =
intact.

By Jack Leonard, Times Staff Writer
April 16, 2007=20


=20

Sonny Okereke combs the crime-plagued streets of skid row, but the Los =
Angeles County social worker isn't seeking criminals. He's looking for =
children.

In a push to reduce homelessness downtown, the county Board of =
Supervisors has declared zero tolerance for families living on skid row =
and is concentrating efforts on finding homes for children, even if that =
means children are eventually removed from their parents.=20

The rationale for the initiative is simple: Skid row - with its =
rat-infested homeless camps, drug bazaars and prostitution - is no place =
for a child.

But the role of children's protection workers, who assess youngsters for =
signs of neglect and abuse, has drawn opposition from advocates for the =
homeless and skepticism from even some county supervisors.

Although Okereke and his colleagues offer families help with welfare =
benefits, mental health services and housing, critics say the effort =
unfairly targets the poor and deters some from accepting assistance for =
fear of losing their children. Nowhere else, they note, do county social =
workers go looking for abused children.=20

"I just am very uncomfortable about going through a community, whether =
it's skid row or Watts, and just saying, this child is out here," said =
Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, whose district includes part of skid =
row. "There should never be an assumption that because you're poor, you =
should be taken from your parents and placed in foster care."

But advocates for the program say homelessness often is a result of more =
serious problems, including drug addiction and mental illness, that can =
endanger children. In at least one case, the failure to adequately =
assess a child on skid row contributed to his death, said Supervisor =
Gloria Molina, who has spearheaded the effort.

"It's a terrible, terrible environment, an environment of derelicts and =
others," she said. "It is our responsibility to do all we can to pull =
that child out, hopefully with their parents."

The county's Department of Children and Family Services is working to =
shed its image as an agency bent on breaking up families, and it is =
prohibited under state law from removing a child solely because a parent =
is homeless.=20

Social workers say their priority is to keep families intact. The best =
way, they said, is to learn why families are homeless and give them =
mental health treatment, drug counseling or other help.

Members of the skid row team do not have the authority to remove =
children. If they suspect abuse or neglect, they must call the =
department's child abuse hotline. Another social worker is then =
dispatched to investigate and decide whether removal is necessary.

The team has roamed the skid row area offering such services for two =
years, and other social workers work out of shelters. The county says =
the removal of children is rare. From December through February, social =
workers saw 57 new families and made 20 calls to the hotline. Two =
resulted in the removal of children.

"Most parents tend to view us as the bad guys. 'Are you going to take =
our kids away?' " said Okereke, who has worked on skid row for more than =
16 months. "We don't do that.. We try to make them see what services =
we're providing."

Families have been among the fastest-growing groups of homeless people =
in recent years. Pinched between rising rents and declining public =
assistance benefits, more and more families dependent on welfare cannot =
find affordable places to live.

Nearly 100 children stay in shelters or on the streets in skid row. =
Hundreds more live in nearby hotels, where families with four or five =
children sometimes pack into a single room.

At Molina's urging, supervisors two years ago declared zero tolerance =
for families on skid row, and social workers joined employees from the =
county's welfare and mental health agencies working in the area. But, =
concerned about the boundaries of their role, they did not conduct =
thorough assessments of children.

In November 2005, according to a county official not authorized to =
discuss the case, a man walked into the Midnight Mission with his =
3-month-old son. The team gave the father a voucher for a room in =
Monterey Park. A full assessment would have shown that child protection =
services in Washington state had removed several children from the =
father's custody.=20

Three weeks later, a hotel employee found the baby's body on a bed in =
the room. The man had disappeared. Coroner's officials said the infant =
had been struck in the head and ruled his death a homicide.

The killing prompted an overhaul of the skid row team. Social workers =
now are required to conduct thorough assessments, including a check of a =
family's child protection history. A nonprofit agency, Beyond Shelter, =
has a contract to monitor families after they leave skid row.=20

Orlando Ward, director of public affairs for the Midnight Mission, said =
he is cautious about the county's efforts but noted that the number of =
families seeking help at the shelter has dropped over the last year.

"We're encouraged that maybe this intense outreach is having an effect," =
he said.

But others described the county's methods as misguided and in some cases =
harmful.

Leslie Croom, a community organizer with the nonprofit United Coalition =
East Prevention Project, cited one couple who sought help, only to have =
their children removed several months later.=20

Croom lived on skid row off and on while she raised five children. =
"Families have the right to live where they want," she said. "The things =
we believe they are exposed to aren't any different from other =
communities."

On a recent morning, Okereke drove the team through skid row in a white =
county-owned van. They spotted a mother pushing her toddler in a =
stroller across Towne Avenue. They had run into her twice before and =
knew she was living in a nearby hotel.

Jumping out, three workers approached the mother.

"We're with the county," Lisa Wong, a mental health services =
coordinator, said. "Is there anything we can help you with?"

The woman said no. The team asked her to keep them in mind if she needed =
anything, and they returned to the van. Rejections are common, they =
said.

"There's a lot of times, especially with single mothers, they feel so =
vulnerable down here," Wong said. "The child is all they have left. They =
guard that."

In the afternoon, the team walked west of skid row, looking for children =
in the Central Library and nearby parks. At Pershing Square, they =
noticed a 5-year-old girl playing by the fountain. Her mother stood =
nearby with a baby asleep in a stroller covered with thick blankets.

Maria Lopez, 37, said she had been homeless for two days. Her boyfriend =
had been jailed for burglary, and she could not afford to stay in their =
motel room. She had spent the previous night at a friend's apartment.

"I'm a little nervous," she said as social workers used cellphones to =
seek housing for the family. "I don't want the system to come in and say =
I'm a bad mom and take my kids away because of my situation."

The children looked healthy, so Jose Zavala, a supervising social =
worker, walked the family to a nearby nonprofit agency. Lopez and her =
two children, Desiree and Derrell, spent the night at a shelter. A day =
later, she was sent to a hotel room.

Nearby, at the Union Rescue Mission, Shannon Barnes watched four of her =
five children playing in the narrow office where some of the skid row =
team is located. A week earlier, her mother-in-law had thrown the family =
out of her Hawthorne house. With no place to stay, they sought help on =
skid row.

The team determined that the children were well cared for, so the family =
was waiting for transportation to a hotel near the children's schools.

"God bless you! Thank you, Jesus!" her husband, Christopher Barnes, =
bellowed as he entered the office. He had just returned with insulin for =
his diabetes.

The couple said they spent a harrowing few days on skid row, seeing =
people urinating in the street, walking around naked and eating off the =
curb.

"I just seen some stuff since I've been here that I've never seen in my =
life," Christopher Barnes said. "When we met these nice people in here, =
it just changed our feeling. It changed our hope."


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Okereke combs the crime-plagued streets of skid row, but the Los Angeles =
County=20
social worker isn't seeking criminals. He's looking for =
children.<BR><BR>In a=20
push to reduce homelessness downtown, the county Board of Supervisors =
has=20
declared zero tolerance for families living on skid row and is =
concentrating=20
efforts on finding homes for children, even if that means children are=20
eventually removed from their parents. <BR><BR>The rationale for the =
initiative=20
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bazaars and=20
prostitution =97 is no place for a child.<BR><BR>But the role of =
children's=20
protection workers, who assess youngsters for signs of neglect and =
abuse, has=20
drawn opposition from advocates for the homeless and skepticism from =
even some=20
county supervisors.<BR><BR>Although Okereke and his colleagues offer =
families=20
help with welfare benefits, mental health services and housing, critics =
say the=20
effort unfairly targets the poor and deters some from accepting =
assistance for=20
fear of losing their children. Nowhere else, they note, do county social =
workers=20
go looking for abused children. <BR><BR>"I just am very uncomfortable =
about=20
going through a community, whether it's skid row or Watts, and just =
saying, this=20
child is out here," said Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, whose =
district=20
includes part of skid row. "There should never be an assumption that =
because=20
you're poor, you should be taken from your parents and placed in foster=20
care."<BR><BR>But advocates for the program say homelessness often is a =
result=20
of more serious problems, including drug addiction and mental illness, =
that can=20
endanger children. In at least one case, the failure to adequately =
assess a=20
child on skid row contributed to his death, said Supervisor Gloria =
Molina, who=20
has spearheaded the effort.<BR><BR>"It's a terrible, terrible =
environment, an=20
environment of derelicts and others," she said. "It is our =
responsibility to do=20
all we can to pull that child out, hopefully with their =
parents."<BR><BR>The=20
county's Department of Children and Family Services is working to shed =
its image=20
as an agency bent on breaking up families, and it is prohibited under =
state law=20
from removing a child solely because a parent is homeless. =
<BR><BR>Social=20
workers say their priority is to keep families intact. The best way, =
they said,=20
is to learn why families are homeless and give them mental health =
treatment,=20
drug counseling or other help.<BR><BR>Members of the skid row team do =
not have=20
the authority to remove children. If they suspect abuse or neglect, they =
must=20
call the department's child abuse hotline. Another social worker is then =

dispatched to investigate and decide whether removal is =
necessary.<BR><BR>The=20
team has roamed the skid row area offering such services for two years, =
and=20
other social workers work out of shelters. The county says the removal =
of=20
children is rare. From December through February, social workers saw 57 =
new=20
families and made 20 calls to the hotline. Two resulted in the removal =
of=20
children.<BR><BR>"Most parents tend to view us as the bad guys. 'Are you =
going=20
to take our kids away?' " said Okereke, who has worked on skid row for =
more than=20
16 months. "We don't do that=85. We try to make them see what services =
we're=20
providing."<BR><BR>Families have been among the fastest-growing groups =
of=20
homeless people in recent years. Pinched between rising rents and =
declining=20
public assistance benefits, more and more families dependent on welfare =
cannot=20
find affordable places to live.<BR><BR>Nearly 100 children stay in =
shelters or=20
on the streets in skid row. Hundreds more live in nearby hotels, where =
families=20
with four or five children sometimes pack into a single room.<BR><BR>At =
Molina's=20
urging, supervisors two years ago declared zero tolerance for families =
on skid=20
row, and social workers joined employees from the county's welfare and =
mental=20
health agencies working in the area. But, concerned about the boundaries =
of=20
their role, they did not conduct thorough assessments of =
children.<BR><BR>In=20
November 2005, according to a county official not authorized to discuss =
the=20
case, a man walked into the Midnight Mission with his 3-month-old son. =
The team=20
gave the father a voucher for a room in Monterey Park. A full assessment =
would=20
have shown that child protection services in Washington state had =
removed=20
several children from the father's custody. <BR><BR>Three weeks later, a =
hotel=20
employee found the baby's body on a bed in the room. The man had =
disappeared.=20
Coroner's officials said the infant had been struck in the head and =
ruled his=20
death a homicide.<BR><BR>The killing prompted an overhaul of the skid =
row team.=20
Social workers now are required to conduct thorough assessments, =
including a=20
check of a family's child protection history. A nonprofit agency, Beyond =

Shelter, has a contract to monitor families after they leave skid row.=20
<BR><BR>Orlando Ward, director of public affairs for the Midnight =
Mission, said=20
he is cautious about the county's efforts but noted that the number of =
families=20
seeking help at the shelter has dropped over the last =
year.<BR><BR>"We're=20
encouraged that maybe this intense outreach is having an effect," he=20
said.<BR><BR>But others described the county's methods as misguided and =
in some=20
cases harmful.<BR><BR>Leslie Croom, a community organizer with the =
nonprofit=20
United Coalition East Prevention Project, cited one couple who sought =
help, only=20
to have their children removed several months later. <BR><BR>Croom lived =
on skid=20
row off and on while she raised five children. "Families have the right =
to live=20
where they want," she said. "The things we believe they are exposed to =
aren't=20
any different from other communities."<BR><BR>On a recent morning, =
Okereke drove=20
the team through skid row in a white county-owned van. They spotted a =
mother=20
pushing her toddler in a stroller across Towne Avenue. They had run into =
her=20
twice before and knew she was living in a nearby hotel.<BR><BR>Jumping =
out,=20
three workers approached the mother.<BR><BR>"We're with the county," =
Lisa Wong,=20
a mental health services coordinator, said. "Is there anything we can =
help you=20
with?"<BR><BR>The woman said no. The team asked her to keep them in mind =
if she=20
needed anything, and they returned to the van. Rejections are common, =
they=20
said.<BR><BR>"There's a lot of times, especially with single mothers, =
they feel=20
so vulnerable down here," Wong said. "The child is all they have left. =
They=20
guard that."<BR><BR>In the afternoon, the team walked west of skid row, =
looking=20
for children in the Central Library and nearby parks. At Pershing =
Square, they=20
noticed a 5-year-old girl playing by the fountain. Her mother stood =
nearby with=20
a baby asleep in a stroller covered with thick blankets.<BR><BR>Maria =
Lopez, 37,=20
said she had been homeless for two days. Her boyfriend had been jailed =
for=20
burglary, and she could not afford to stay in their motel room. She had =
spent=20
the previous night at a friend's apartment.<BR><BR>"I'm a little =
nervous," she=20
said as social workers used cellphones to seek housing for the family. =
"I don't=20
want the system to come in and say I'm a bad mom and take my kids away =
because=20
of my situation."<BR><BR>The children looked healthy, so Jose Zavala, a=20
supervising social worker, walked the family to a nearby nonprofit =
agency. Lopez=20
and her two children, Desiree and Derrell, spent the night at a shelter. =
A day=20
later, she was sent to a hotel room.<BR><BR>Nearby, at the Union Rescue =
Mission,=20
Shannon Barnes watched four of her five children playing in the narrow =
office=20
where some of the skid row team is located. A week earlier, her =
mother-in-law=20
had thrown the family out of her Hawthorne house. With no place to stay, =
they=20
sought help on skid row.<BR><BR>The team determined that the children =
were well=20
cared for, so the family was waiting for transportation to a hotel near =
the=20
children's schools.<BR><BR>"God bless you! Thank you, Jesus!" her =
husband,=20
Christopher Barnes, bellowed as he entered the office. He had just =
returned with=20
insulin for his diabetes.<BR><BR>The couple said they spent a harrowing =
few days=20
on skid row, seeing people urinating in the street, walking around naked =
and=20
eating off the curb.<BR><BR>"I just seen some stuff since I've been here =
that=20
I've never seen in my life," Christopher Barnes said. "When we met these =
nice=20
people in here, it just changed our feeling. It changed our =
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