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Title:Integrating Services for Families
Author(s):Hughes, Robert, Jr.
human services
Abstract:During the past decade, our human service delivery system for children and families has proven increasingly inadequate. A need now exists for more integrated services or more partnerships between agencies and organizations to create "seamless" or "wraparound" services. Developing collaborations and integrated services is hard, takes time, and is a learning process. At present, no one has a blueprint or a formula for developing 100-percent effective integrated services. Indeed, among the pioneer efforts, many more failures than successes have emerged. Persons interested in building comprehensive services for children and families must be prepared to learn more about themselves, children, families, and their communities.
Issue Date:1996
Citation Info:Human Development and Family Life Bulletin, 2 (2).
Genre:Working / Discussion Paper
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2009-03-25

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