Translation of social service in Spanish:

social service

asistencia social, n.


  • 1US

    (welfare work)
    asistencia social feminine
    trabajo social masculine
    • Like other groups, too, they turned to pre-existing systems of social service.
    • Not many knew about his interest in art, culture and music or social service.
    • In fact the YMCA needs the support of one and all to achieve its goals of social service.
    • Our reforming party had a proud record of social service and we boasted about it.
    • She herself is a retired officer of United India Insurance, but has managed to keep herself busy with social service.
    • The major contribution of the Church to Kerala society has been in the areas of education and social service.
    • Sometimes I think when you are nurse you perform social service.
    • Edward Johns Urwick was a religious fanatic who approached social service as a philosopher.
    • Advancing age has not dampened his enthusiasm for social service.
    • As a state-owned company, Pelni must fulfill two purposes: social service and business service.
    • His association with the Mahatma encouraged him to take up social service.
    • That will generate a spirit of social service in their minds.
    • We have a very strong tradition of community and social service.
    • However, poverty has never deterred him from doing social service.
    • For some of the staff at the company, their work is akin to a form of industrial social service.
    • Given his quest for excellence and passion for social service, it's not too surprising for all those who knew him.
    • This valuable social service receives no state funding and is financed through fund raising.
    • The freedom struggle and his zest for social service forced him to plunge into politics at the age of 17.
    • This is just one of the programmes initiated for celebrating 25 years of social service at Abhayam.
    • Massive lay-offs, tax hikes and cutbacks in every kind of social service are in the offing.
  • 2

    (in UK)
    servicio social masculine
    the social services los servicios sociales
    • A Good Samaritan cared for the boy for two days until social services took over.
    • Council departments, including social services and housing, are also kept up to speed.
    • The museums have consistently lost out in council spending to education and social services.
    • He wanted to get in touch with social services and find ways of getting state benefits.
    • Once she became an addict her daughter Aoife was taken into care by social services.
    • It is however a matter for the social services authority whether he needs care and attention.
    • Health and social services trusts bear the hallmarks of traditional welfare activity.
    • She called on the council's social services department to help out recently when the money ran out.
    • A rapid response scheme for acute care at home was put in place jointly by health and social services.
    • The children were on the Child Protection Register and were often visited by social services.
    • The government is demanding record spending on education and social services.
    • One of the primary steps is to create separate departments for housing and social services.
    • Some will argue that we should distinguish between health and social services.
    • This year about one quarter of the increase in the council tax was to pay for social services improvements.
    • He said educational groups and some social services would also be affected by the cuts.
    • Without carers, the burden on local health and social services would increase greatly.
    • Disabled children have won a High Court battle in the fight to save the social services they receive.
    • The county council runs major services like education and social services.
    • He said the council would protect vulnerable users of education and social services first.
    • Finally, buses are a key part of our transport network - they are not part of the social services.