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Child abuse, in all its forms, has a lasting and negative effect on children, families and their community. If you suspect a child is being abused or neglected, or know of a family that may need additional support or access to resources, please contact DCFS immediately. The Hotline is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you are having trouble finding the information you are looking for, review our Frequently Asked Questions for more resources, including identifying signs of abuse, as well as information for parents, youth, and prospective and current foster parents. You can also email us using the form below.
The Career Center regularly evaluates its online resources for usefulness and usability for our clients. If you would like for your organization's link to be considered for inclusion on our website, complete the online questionnaire. Your questionnaire will be reviewed by a committee that meets quarterly for the purposes of evaluating online resources. You will be notified of their decision following the review process.
Helpline - 24/7 telephonic mental health and crisis support is available for all students. You can contact them via phone at (323) 341-4141. For after-hours medical care, please visit our list of off-campus providers, or call the 24/7 nurse line/advice line provided by most health insurance carriers. This phone number is usually found on the back of your health insurance card. But if it isn't, or if you are having difficulty locating the number, please contact Emmons and we can help you find it.
The FDIC provides a wealth of resources for consumers, bankers, analysts, and other stakeholders. Browse our collection of financial education materials, data tools, documentation of laws and regulations, information on important initiatives, and more.
Find the services you need to support your family today. FamilySource Centers (FSC) are a one-stop shop in your neighborhood for social, educational, work, and family support services. With 16 locations established in the City of Los Angeles, we can help you find the resources to increase your family income, establish financial security, and build academic success.
Note: This page reflects the latest version of the APA Publication Manual (i.e., APA 7), which released in October 2019. The equivalent resource for the older APA 6 style can be found here.
Note: Because the 7th edition of the APA manual is relatively new, fewer supplementary resources currently exist than existed for the 6th edition. However, more may be published in the coming years.
The course research guide for BIBL 323 - John is intended to help you complete your course assignments (discussion board and papers) by providing general directions for using the library and its resources, and by directing you to recommended resources.
As you begin, please refer to your course assignment instructions and instructor announcements so that you are certain to use appropriate types of resources. You also want to pay attention to materials you are not allowed to use, such as Wikipedia, blogs, etc.
Subject-specific dictionaries and encyclopedias are ideal for providing an overview and introduction to key concepts and terms. Not only do they orient you to a topic, but they can lead often to additional resources.
The premier database for locating religious and theological journal article content is Atla Religion Atla Serials Plus. This database has a unique Scripture index that allows you to quickly locate relevant articles on a biblical text down to the verse. It is found in the dark blue ribbon across the top of the database, as indicated by the arrow below.
On August 22, 2022, the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) filed Application (A.) 22-08-009 on behalf of the telecommunications industry, requesting that the CPUC approve an overlay area code in the 213/323 area code region to provide additional numbering resources in the region.
The majority opinion ruled that the court should not address the entirety of the order under which Korematsu was convicted, which included provisions requiring citizens to report to assembly and relocation centers. The majority found it necessary only to rule on the validity of the specific provision under which Korematsu was convicted: the provision requiring him to leave the designated area.
DISCLAIMER: These resources are created by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts for educational purposes only. They may not reflect the current state of the law, and are not intended to provide legal advice, guidance on litigation, or commentary on any pending case or legislation.
Thank you so much to all the families who were able to attend! It was wonderful to see a full house, and we had tons of thoughtful questions and a few laughs along the way. We shared a ton of information last night, and a lot of that can be found right here in our presentation. It is so important that we keep these conversations going, so we do right by all our kids and so they are all in their best classes come next fall. So as you have questions and thoughts, please reach out anytime. Thanks for this! 59ce067264