Counselors often refer their clients to particular human-services agencies to deal with specific problems outside their organizations area of expertise. How do they find out which outside agencies can help their clients? What limitations exist? What new helping organizations have been developed and programmed, and what existing programs have been enhanced? What has new legislation funded? This comprehensive and authoritative volume provides the answers human-service professionals need to assist and guide their clients. Written by credentialed practitioners, the book provides detailed explanations and descriptions of the most prominent and beneficial human-service agencies. Also included is information on agency personnel, as well as specific organizational certifications, licensing, and accreditation. This indispensable guide is suitable for use in courses covering the types of human services that exist in every community, and as a follow-up or adjunct to case management courses. It is also an invaluable aid to professional counselors for investigating agencies and/or service(s) for client referral.A Guide for Human Service Workers, Second Edition William Crimando, T. F. Riggar ... She worked as the director of operations for ReMed, a community- based provider of neurologic rehabilitation services. ... as a Community Builder Fellow in a program created to bring seasoned professionals to promote an understanding of HUDa#39;s role, and to increase its responsiveness to the communities it serves.
|Author||:||William Crimando, T. F. Riggar|
|Publisher||:||Waveland Press - 2005-01-26|