A Community Based Partnership: Helping Displaced Populations Succeed
A community based model that addresses the impact of urban renewal on populations of poverty and provides innovative strategies for individual and community success.
||Public Housing, Change Agents, Intervention, Displacement, Self Sufficiency, Person in Environment
The International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 9, pp.45-50.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.944MB).
Dr. Parr graduated from the University of Maryland with a Ph. D. in Social
Work and earned a MSW from the University of Georgia. She is a Licensed
Clinical Social Worker and has practiced in Hampton Roads and Germany. Her
clinical practice concentrated on helping victims of trauma. She is presently
an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Norfolk State University and has
developed an educational and research focus on trauma and international
Ms. Exum. a practitioner and professor in social work for thirty years, has done extensive work in urban public housing, health, disaster and community development. Currently the Director of MSW Admissions at NSU, she serves on numerous Boards of non profit organizations.
Ms. Yanisko , an Assistant Professor in Social Work at NSU, Has practiced in the areas of health, community development, refugee resettlement and at risk families. She is active with volunteer organizations in Hampton Roads, Virginia.
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