• Annie L. Houston Supervisor, Intensive Family Services, Anne Arundel County Department of Social Services, Annapolis, Maryland


As a beginning graduate social work student intern, I was faced with ethical dilemmas, moral conflicts and decisions that shaped my views about, systems, institutions and professional advocacy. This narrative describes my work with incarcerated women who were able to keep their babies with them while they were in prison. My practice, in support of the women informal system which acted to prevent the spread of HIV and AID's, I believe was in the women' best interests. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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