Issue Brief on Connecting the Dots for Children, Youth, and Families

Posted on August 15, 2003

[posted from Public Education Network newsblast]

CONNECTING THE DOTS FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH, AND FAMILIES
In an era of tight resources and increased local responsibility for programs and services, communities are experimenting with new ways to connect the service dots for children and families. Local intermediary organizations are a promising approach for efficiently and effectively connecting and delivering a range of supportive services. Introducing policymakers and program developers to local intermediary organizations,this issue brief was a collaboration of Jobs for the Future with the American Youth Policy Forum, the Center for Youth Development and Policy Research, the Coalition for Community Schools, the Finance Project, and New Ways to Work.
http://www.jff.org/jff/kc/library/0191


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