This piece focuses on casework services for refugee children. The author highlights one particular effort to find a solution for refugee children in the U.S., which would provide an incentive for children who are able to work, to utilize their earnings to support themselves. The policy dictated that children had to be responsible for their own support after a certain period but would still receive some support in terms of boarding. In the four months following the implementation of the policy, it was found that there was a minimum of avoidable unemployment. The piece concludes by asserting that based on the work to help the children, the behavior of the refugee children was governed by the same motivations and patterns as other human conduct.