3 edition of Networking as a method of rural human service delivery found in the catalog.
Networking as a method of rural human service delivery
G. E. Penfold
by Rural and Small Town Research and Studies Programme, Dept. of Geography, Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.B
Written in English
|Statement||by George Penfold, Kathleen Brophy, Rebecca Sugarman.|
|Contributions||Brophy, Kathleen., Sugarman, Rebecca., Mount Allison University. Rural and Small Town Research and Studies Programme.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 19 l. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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People are a resource unlike any other in that their value and availability can be difficult to quantify. Services are judged partly by subjective criteria, so understanding the quality that is.
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Evidence-based client services are the future of health and human services. The approach is putting data insight at the heart of program delivery to achieve meaningful and sustained outcomes for.
The human services delivery system for children generally is regarded as consisting of four major components: education, health, mental health, and social services.
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The availability of safe and affordable housing, income supports, food assistance, job training, and other services help low-income rural residents take care of themselves so they can stay healthy.
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3 You must always keep in mind that the technology is not the end goal of your services. Author Biographies. Stephen S. Tax (PhD, Arizona State University) is a professor of service management and Francis G.
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