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Shirley Tiernan

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Employment History

  • Chief
    Montana Department of Public Health
  • Bureau Chief for Child and Family Services
    Montana Department of Public Health
  • Bureau Chief
  • Montana Health Department's child
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ASFA Training - Muskie School of Public Service USM
www.cdtp.org, 20 June 2008 [cached]
Shirley TiernanBureau Chief for TrainingMontana Department of Public Health & Human Services
Montana authorities take youths in wilderness program into custody - Local News - thespectrum.com
www.thespectrum.com, 11 Aug 2002 [cached]
The youths were "cold and dirty" when found, but otherwise appeared unhurt, said Shirley Tiernan, chief of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services child and family services division.
"We've notified the parents, and we're waiting for them to come pick up their children," she said Friday.
The teens, who Tiernan said range in age from 13 to 17, apparently were camping on land near the small town of Ramsay, west of Butte.A neighboring land owner called authorities earlier this week after noticing the kids had been there for a number of days with only makeshift shelters from the cold and rain.
Social workers who visited Wednesday reported the kids had very limited food, some of which had spoiled, Tiernan said.Most of the kids also did not have proper clothing for the weather, she added.All were taken into custody early Thursday morning, she said.Two counselors who were with the teens were not detained.
The youths all were enrolled in the High Peaks Wilderness Program, based in Roosevelt, Utah.
Authorities in that state on Thursday won a court order shutting the operation down for alleged violations of licensing and safety requirements.
billingsgazette.com
www.billingsgazette.com, 13 Jan 2002 [cached]
The child that remained in Montana, a girl, needed treatment, said Shirley Tiernan, bureau chief for Child and Family Services of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services.
"She was retained for medical reasons.She will go back to Iowa too, but I don't know when.That's up to the medical folks," Tiernan said.
Discovering Montana - State Telephone Directory
www.discoveringmontana.com, 13 April 2003 [cached]
Bureau Chief, Shirley Tiernan 444-0043
KCFW - The News Leader
www.keci.com, 15 Aug 2002 [cached]
Shirley Tiernan is with the Montana Health Department's childwelfare division.She says authorities were notified earlier thisweek by someone near Ramsey -- west of Butte -- who was worriedabout the youths.They apparently had been camping for several daysin cold, rainy weather with limited shelter and little food.Child welfare authorities took the kids into custody because ofconcerns about their welfare.
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Tiernan says the youths are beingtemporarily sheltered at a Butte motel until their parents pickthem up.
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